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Camera camera returns to the Nokia 9 PureView five camera flagship mobile phone release

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According to Juho Sarvikas, chief product officer of HMD Global, Nokia 9 PureView is a bold step forward in taking advantage of Nokia's innovation tradition and pioneering a truly innovative, great imaging approach that brings the next generation of computing imaging technology to the world. In the hands of photography technology enthusiasts, help them create the best images.

As you can see in the past rumors and leaked spy photos, the Nokia 9 PureView design is a comprehensive screen with no controversy and no water droplets. The most attractive design is the five cameras and five cameras in the back of the fuselage. The circle is placed in the middle of the position on the back of the fuselage. Accurately speaking, the front and back of the Nokia 9 PureView are covered with the fifth generation of Corning Gorilla Glass, with a strong anodized 6000 series aluminum alloy frame, the machine is smooth and flat, and there is no camera on the back. The camera is raised.

The Nokia 9 PureView is still relatively thin and light, 8mm thick, and slightly lighter than most dual-glass phones, specifically 172g, providing IP67 dust and water resistance. This machine has only one color, that is, the "Cosmic Blue" that everyone sees on the map. The forehead and chin are not small on the front of the machine. The NOKIA logo is printed on the forehead. The screen size is 5.99 inches, the pOLED panel is used, the resolution is QHD+, the screen ratio is 18:9, and the four corners of the display area are rounded.

Nokia 9 PureView's screen also supports offline fingerprint recognition and HDR 10 content display. Nokia further stated that with PureDisplay screen technology, users can also experience the best readability in precise colors and sunlight.

So, what exactly is Nokia 9 PureView? Nokia explained, “One mobile phone, five cameras take a photo at the same time. This is Nokia 9 PureView.”

According to Nokia, the Nokia 9 PureView is the world's first five-camera array smartphone with Zeiss optics, with laser focus and flash. These five cameras are all 12 megapixel sensors (1.25 um), and all five are equipped with f/1.82 aperture lenses. Unlike the mainstream manufacturers, they are equipped with telephoto or wide-angle lenses. The only five sensors are different. One is a color sensor and three are super-sensitive monochrome sensors (each monochromatic sensor collects about 2.9 times more light than a traditional color sensor and provides sharpness and detail).

Nokia said the five 12-megapixel sensors work together to collect 10 times the amount of light from a single-lens single-lens phone of the same type. The result: every photo taken has a superb HDR dynamic range, whether it's highlights or shadows, precise capture of detail and texture, with excellent depth of field and vivid color.

In addition to Zeiss certification, there are four main highlights in the Nokia 9 PureView camera. First of all, each photo taken has an extraordinary super high dynamic range; in addition, it can provide excellent depth of field and can adjust the focus after shooting; third, support native black and white photography; fourth, support in mobile phones Take and edit RAW DNG photos on.

In terms of ultra-high HDR dynamic range, Nokia said that with pure depth of field dynamic technology, HDR images taken by Nokia 9 PureView andvideoAn exceptionally high dynamic range that exceeds the reach of a single camera, retaining detail in highlights and shadows. The principle is that five cameras are photographed at the same time to synthesize the final image. Rather, each of the five cameras automatically recognizes the various scenes and uses a photo optimization solution, custom algorithms and advanced artificial intelligence to synchronize the auxiliary cameras in parallel, and finally merge the images into a single HDR photo. It contains a wealth of textures and details.

In terms of depth of field, Nokia said that the five cameras can provide accurate depth maps for images, and can still focus on the photos after the photos have been taken for a long time. Because in depth mode, Nokia 9 PureView can recognize more than 1200 layers of depth data (12 times that of normal double shots), used to build detailed depth of field maps, which is a very powerful background blur control ability to create bokeh photos. No pressure.

As for shooting native black and white photos, Nokia said that the Nokia 9 PureView's built-in black and white mode can capture images directly in black and white, and the three f/1.8 monochrome sensors can achieve black and white shooting of the unit instead of converting it after shooting. This unique approach provides ultra-high definition black and white photos with exquisite details.

Finally, in terms of being able to shoot and edit RAW DNG photos, Nokia said that Nokia 9 PureView can take photos in RAW DNG format, retaining the missing details in JPEG, and adjust and control white balance, ISO in real time by using the next-generation professional camera user interface. The shutter speed and up to 10 seconds of exposure time allow real-time adjustments in professional photo mode. Of course, users can download Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and edit RAW photos on their phones.

Many people will ask, isn't this a pure Nokia company, can HMD Global create the purest PureView experience? In this regard, Nokia 9 PureView actually uses a lot of external technology, including the algorithm of Foxconn's Light company, and also built the company's Lux Capacitor camera control chip, which uses the Light L16 Camera card developed for 4 years. A lot of technology for cameras. Not only that, but Google also provides a lot of algorithm technology, and you can't forget the Spectra 280 ISP image signal processing unit that comes with the Snapdragon 845.

In terms of hardware configuration, Nokia 9 PureView is equipped with Qualcomm's flagship chip Snapdragon 845 chip last year. This is the processor used by most flagships last year. Most of the 2019 Android flagship will be equipped with the latest flagship chip Snapdragon 855. In addition to the reasons mentioned at the beginning, Nokia explained that the development of this phone was very early and early, and the processor was set at a very early stage. At that time, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 chip was not ready.

It is undeniable that the Nokia 9 PureView of the LT 845 processor has disappointed many users. However, the 骁龙 845 is still not outdated this year, and the machine also provides 6GB LPPDDR4X memory and 128GB storage space, standard 3320 mAh battery, fast charging and Qi wireless charging, 20 million pixels front camera, support screen Light.

Nokia 9 PureView will come pre-installed with the Android 9 Pie operating system. Nokia said that Nokia phones have always provided the purest software experience and streamlined interface, no expansion software, and three-year software updates and two-year monthly security updates.

Finally, in terms of selling price and listing date, HMD Global said that Nokia 9 will be retailed at a global average retail price of US$699 (approximately RMB 4,691) and is now officially shipped. However, it is unclear when it will be listed in China, but China said that more details will be announced at 10:00 on the 25th Beijing time.

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