HMD Global announces Nokia 4.2 and Nokia 3.2 budget phones

The Mi 9 and its shiny glass back. Image Sina Weibo Xiaomi

The Mi 9 and its shiny glass back. Image Sina Weibo Xiaomi

Nokia 9 PureView is all about its five cameras with the five lenses spaced out in a circle at the back of the device along with a time-of-flight depth sensor as well as flash unit. But there's plenty to like about the Nokia 9 PureView, including an attractive price. There's only one variant of this particular smartphone, with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.

The 1 Plus is aimed at developing markets, will be available from mid-March and is priced at just $99 / AED 299 (around £75, AU$140). The publication that has shared the camera samples of the Nokia 9 PureView has claimed that the Nokia 9 PureView is equipped with Light's ISP since Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor synthesis of up to three shots.

The Nokia 210 Feature phones come with a 2.4-inch QVGA display and support dual SIM connectivity.

HMD Global has been marketing Nokia smartphones for the past three years, and - like all phone companies these days - has tried to differentiate itself in the highly competitive and mature smartphone market. This means you will get vibrant and stunning colors, with no notch or punch hole intrusion.

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has just debuted its first 5G handset, the MIX3 model smartphone during the Mobile World Congress 2019 now held in Barcelona, Spain.

What's your opinion on the above shown samples of the Nokia 9 PureView? Each monochrome sensor captures 2.9 times more light than an RGB one. All of the five cameras on Nokia 9 PureView work simultaneously at the press of a button to create the final output image. Noise reduction on the phone was moved from the GPU to the DPU, resulting in a 3x speed improvement while using 10x less power. In the end, all the photos are merged together for more details and clarity.

"Today we use our heritage of innovation to take a bold step, pioneering a truly innovative approach to imaging with the Nokia 9 PureView", he said. The phone will be equipped with all popular social apps including Facebook, Opera Mini and the classic game that made its earlier devices popular - Snake.

Nokia also refreshed its accessories portfolio.

We've heard rumors about the device launching with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and an in-display fingerprint scanner not once, not twice, but three times, so it's nice to see HMD Global finally confirm what we've been hearing for almost a year now-and it's glorious.

Additionally, the new phone comes with a metal body, comes with facial recognition and is IP67 certified. And that is all powered by a 3060mAh capacity battery.

So, does the penta-camera module on the Nokia 9 PureView look impressive to you?

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