HMD Global just announced their all new Nokia 9 PureView, at an event in MWC Barcelona. This bold flagship is a limited edition run packing a staggering 5 camera Zeiss setup. The Penta rear camera pack consist of two RGB and three monochrome lenses that allows light to penetrate through the lens capturing more details under any light conditions. All combined they capture HDR shots simultaneously with 12.4 stops of active dynamic range and full scene depth map to retouch the images later. The software facilitates the fusion of all the images in Realtime to generate an explicit image.
It is capable of shooting 60MP images in burst mode and can simultaneously process images up to 240 MB size. The software incorporates a provision to let you capture images in uncompressed raw DNG format to edit them using Adobe Lightroom directly on the mobile. Front camera houses a 20MP shooter that should take care of your selfie needs
Specs wise it packs a Snapdragon 845 with 6GB of RAM. The display includes a 5.99-inch Quad HD 2K pOLED panel with HDR10 support and does come with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on the front and the back. The display doubles up as a fingerprint sensor thanks to an In-display fingerprint scanner. The device is water-resistant IP67 rated and packs a 3320mAh battery with support for fast charging and Qi wireless charging.
The Nokia 9 PureView will come in Midnight Blue color, and will be priced starting $699 (Rs. 49,650 approx). The device is stated to retail in March with pre-orders starting immediately across select markets.