Nokia 12 Feb
HMD Global is said to be having a smartphone that includes five rear cameras and if the rumors are to be believed this smartphone is called as Nokia 9 PureView. Rumors have claimed that the Nokia 9 PureView will include different kinds of camera sensors such as RGB, monochrome, telephoto, wide-angle lens and a deep-sensing lens as well. However, there wasn’t any leak on the configurations of each of the camera sensors. Well, only until now, as a report on Nokia Power User reveals that the Nokia 9 PureView will be able to shoot 64MP resolution images.
According to the report, the Nokia 9 PureView will be equipped with a pair of 12MP sensors, a pair of 16MP lenses and another sensor of up to 8MP. The report also claims that the phone will also be equipped with Light camera technology made available by a company called Light that specializes in “computational photography” to offer features like lossless zoom, 3D depth mapping and more. Some previous rumors have also revealed that the smartphone will be capable of shooting images through all the five sensors at the same time and it can capture 10 times more light for better photography in low-light conditions.
HMD Global has an event scheduled for February 24 at MWC where it’s expected to bring this new kind of phone which bears so many camera sensors for different purposes. Rumors have said the device may feature a 5.99-inch AMOLED display that produces quad HD + resolution and carries support for HDR10. It’s powered by Snapdragon 845 processor and may come with 4GB/6GB RAM options combined with 128GB storage. It will be an Android One phone that will deliver the stock experience of the Android 9 Pie OS. The phone is rumored to house 4,150mAH battery that may support for 18W charging.