HMD, a home for Nokia phone has unveiled Nokia 9 PureView along with few other entry-level smartphones at Mobile World Congress.
Nokia 9 is one of the most interesting smartphones from MWC. It uses technology from the Light L16 camera, released in 2018. There are five camera sensors positioned across its back, all five captures the photo. All five pictures are captured in different exposures mode to form a single rich dynamic image. The Nokia 9 PureView is a high-end phone at $699.
Nokia 4.2 is an upper-entry-level phone with glass body and a starting price of $169. It also packs a waterdrop-notch on top of the 5.71-inch HD TFT display. On the inside, there is a Snapdragon 439 chip with an Adreno 505 GPU and it will be offered with either 2GB or 3GB RAM options with 16GB or 32GB storage, both of which will be expandable. It has dual rear cameras, the primary a 13-megapixel sensor.
Nokia 3.2 is a little cheaper, starting at $139, features a large 6.26-inch TFT display with a similar waterdrop notch as the Nokia 4.2. The smartphone is powered by the Snapdragon 429 chipset with similar 2GB + 16GB and 3GB + 32GB memory configurations. There’s a single 13-megapixel camera with autofocus and a LED flash and a front 5-megapixel camera which also supports Face Unlock. Rest of the features include a 4,000 mAh battery, Android 9.0 Pie out of the box and a dedicated Google Assistant button.