Nokia 9 PureView Android Smartphone

Published on May 16, 2019

Rear smartphone cameras are not just diminishing in their size, but are also increasing in number. The new Nokia 9 PureView comes with five rear cameras to enhance your photography experience.

But more cameras don’t mean better image quality and fast image processing and this is the case with PureView. Starting for $700 the device comes with a Gorilla Glass Body with a thickness of 8mm.

The gadget runs on the latest version of Android Pie and boasts a 6 GB RAM with 128 GB built-in storage. Although these specs look quite great, PureView’s incapability of delivering high-quality images in low light might be a concern for many individuals.

Also, the device comes with a fingerprint reader on its screen which is similar to other flagship phones, such as Huawei Mate 20 Pro. Nokia 9 PureView also comes with face recognition unlock, but it is not up to the mark and is not more convenient than a fingerprint reader.

It is quite slow than other phones in the same price range and can randomly get a bad reading even in bright light.

Cutting Edge Features of Nokia 9 PureView

  • Interactive five camera cluster
  • 128 GB storage which is more than a high-end smartphone can offer
  • High-resolution display with bright colors
  • Supports quick charge and wireless charging to keep you connected


  • Slow fingerprint and face unlock sensors
  • Absence of depth censoring function in the rear cameras
  • Loudspeaker doesn’t please the ears at a loud voice
  • Unstable camera software with slow image processing

In conclusion, Nokia PureView is not a highly recommended product if you are very concerned about your phone security and ease of use. With a smooth design and average photo quality, the device looks more like a niche device in the smartphone industry.

Photo by: Nokia

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