Nokia 9 PureView Review and Features

 

(Nokia 9 PureView Review)

 

Price and Release date also Nokia 9 PureView Review:

The Nokia 9 PureView present at the MWC-2019 in Barcelona at the end of February. With the entry to the market, Nokia decided not to delay – in Europe, the phone will appear on the shelves in March at a price of $ 699 (46 thousand rubles).

A pre-order for Nokia 9 PureView has already been opened in Europe, and in April, deliveries of commodity copies will begin. For our market, the Finnish-Chinese company decided to set a considerable price of 49.9 thousand rubles at the start of sales.

Specifications: Nokia 9 PureView Review

Display:
5.99 inches, 18: 9, 2160 x 1080 pixels, 403 PPI, POLED
Chipset:
Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, 8 cores, up to 2.8 GHz, 10 nm, Adreno 630 GPU
Memory Operating:
6 GB LPDDR4X, built-in 128 GB UFS 2.1
Cameras:
Main camera: five, all: 12 megapixels, f / 1.82, two-colour and three black and white, two-color LED flash, front camera: 20 megapixels
Nutrition:
3320 mAh, 18 W fast charge, Qi wireless charging
Communication and Interfaces:
4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac (2.4 + 5 GHz), Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, NFC, USB Type-C
Operating System:
Android 9 Pie, Android One Support
Unlock:
On-screen fingerprint scanner, face unlock
Protection:
Standard Dust and water-resistant to IP67
Dimensions, Weight:
155 x 75 x 8 mm, 172 g

Screen Review:

We’ll probably never know what drove Nokia’s marketers and developers, who in 2019 introduced a phone without screen cutouts and an aspect ratio of 18 to 9. The upper and lower frames of the screen look very thick by modern standards.

The display itself is a 5.99-inch POLED matrix with a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. Using OLED technology will give an advantage in black colour, but the colour rendering and PWM inherent in these displays may not appeal to some potential buyers.

Housing Review:

In terms of housing, the Nokia 9 PureView is a typical glass-metal sandwich. The frame of the smartphone is made of aluminium, and the front and rear panels are covered with durable Gorilla Glass.

The manufacturer claims dust and water resistance, according to IP67. According to the fashion of recent years, the phone is deprived of a 3.5-mm audio jack, and a fingerprint scanner is built into the screen. The colour of the smartphone so far is promised one – blue.

Nokia 9 PureView Review about CPU, memory, communications:

The second oddity of Nokia’s new flagship is the processor that use in it. The Snapdragon 845 is still a productive chipset, but in 2019, for the top-end, expensive smartphone, the 855th looks preferable. In other words, the processor and video accelerator Nokia 9 PureView will be enough for the user, but the moral obsolescence of this solution is apparent.

With memory, too, not everything is clear. The only configuration is 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of permanent memory. The latter cannot be expanded, but it’s a pity because the pictures and videos from this will occupy a considerable amount.

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The Nokia 9 PureView has almost all of the wireless interfaces that a modern smartphone needs – dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, and more. By the way, Nokia 9 PureView was one of the first smartphones to receive USB Type-C 3.1 support.

Camera: Nokia 9 PureView Review

The main and perhaps the only chip Nokia 9 PureView was the world’s first five-chamber module. And you need to talk about it in detail.

Surprisingly, the smartphone has as many as seven eyes on the cover. Five of them are cameras, one is a flash, but what is hidden behind the seventh is not entirely clear. A number of sources claim that this is a TOF sensor responsible for building a map of the depth of the image.

However, the disassembly of the device, published by the Croatian publication Nokiamob, shows that under it, there is nothing at all, not even a connector for connection. Nokia itself is silent about the seventh hole.

But back to the main module. All five sensors have a resolution of 12 megapixels; two of them are colour, and two are monochrome. They all work synchronously and capture ten times more light than a camera with one lens, and the total resolution reaches 60 megapixels. Out of the box photos can be saved in RAW / DNG formats and edit in the mobile version of Lightroom directly on your smartphone.

As the manufacturer emphasizes, the processing of images is carried out simultaneously by four processors – a central one, a video accelerator, ISP, and DSP. Interestingly, Nokia decided not to install a sharp wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens.

The front camera here is one at 20 megapixels.

Battery: Nokia 9 PureView Review

The smartphone received not the most capacious battery at 3320 mAh. There is a team for fast charging at 18 watts. By the way, the smartphone can also charge wirelessly using the Qi standard memory.

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