HMD Global has officially introduced Nokia 9 PureView, the first smartphone with five cameras.
In what seems to be the boldest smartphone from the Nokia brand, HMD Global has put together not less than 5 cameras, each with 12 MP and an aperture f1.8. Two cameras are color, three are monochrome.
Each of the five cameras is shooting at a different exposure level, and the details of the 5 images are combined into a single shot.
Following a partnership with Adobe, Lightroom photo processing solution will be pre-installed on Nokia 9 PureView and will have profiles specific for editing photos taken with this phone.
The 6-inch OLED smartphone uses the Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space.
The fingerprint sensor is integrated into the screen, and there is IP67 certification for partial water resistance. The included battery has a capacity of 3,320 mAh.
Nokia 9 PureView will enter the market starting March and will cost 700 dollars.