Nokia 9 Pureview which is said to be the world’s first phone to flaunt a Penta-lens camera is believed to receive an additional boost with computational tech for up to 10 times better image under low light condition. In a recent update for the flagship model from HMD Global, still using the brand name Nokia, the Pureview will be delivered with a dedicated software shall help to work across multiple platforms and devices and is also capable of combining up to 50 images. The teaser video for Nokia 9 Pureview was leaked recently which broadly suggested that the smartphone is harping strong on its low light camera, promising up to 10 times better images, something which no other model in recent times has laid stress. Also, the camera will carry Zeiss sensors.
Pureview is to be unveiled at the MWC 2019 and is believed to have a screen size of 5.9 inches (Quad HD) OLED 2K. HDR10 further complements it. As for power, it is rumoured to run on Snapdragon 845 and will have 8GB for RAM and 128GB for storage.
Similar to other Nokia phones, Pureview will run on Android. Reportedly, the 10x light capture tech is reminiscent of a technology that is being worked upon by a smartphone solution company by the name of Light, and they specialise in ‘computational photography’ for one and all camera modules which vary somewhere in the range of two and sixteen. According to Light, the camera array is not like anything else that is available today in the market. In most cases, smartphone sensors are entirely limited by their size. To begin with, the company is working with its software algorithm that is capable of capturing ten times the data for each pixel. It was in 2015 when the company released a standalone camera called L16 only to be made available three years later in the UK. Hands down, the phone remained a piece of tech marvel capable of taking on sixteen different imaging modules clustered to one single unit.
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