04 June 2020
Nokia 9.3 PureView phone appears to be getting some real star treatment, considering the creators are taking much time in building it. The phone has gone through many delays, some untold and some unavoidable due to the current scenario where we all are suffering due to pandemic, but the struggle of makers seems to be real.
Going by so many leaks and speculations, the Nokia 9.3 PureView holds some beefier specifications, apart from just those multiple cameras. We recently learned the phone could carry a 108MP camera sensor and now it is being reported that the device would be able to capture 8K videos at 30fps. The tip comes from Nokia Power User that has been pretty actively reporting some new features of unannounced Nokia 9.3 PureView phone.
Citing the sources, the report reveals a couple of other things, including enhanced pro night modes.
HMD imaging team is also working hard to improve the two most favorite Camera modes “Pro” and “Night”. While Pro mode may see enhanced controls and refined algorithms, Night Mode may see the big advantage of the inclusion of OIS and bigger Pixel size.
Also, the ZEISS team is helping HMD Global in fine-tuning some “exclusive” ZEISS effects that Nokia 9.3 Pureview would feature.
The source, however, also claims that 8K video capture is still an experimental feature and it may not make the cut. It may arrive only when testing results are good. The report further cites the source and states that HMD Global is currently working to finalize the camera and editing algorithms.
It is still unknown when the Nokia 9.3 PureView could launch, though if we consider a tip came in the past, the phone could come in the second half of 2020.