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Nokia 9 PureView released - Meet the new Nokia smartphone with five cameras

HMD Global, the Finnish company that owns the rights to use the Nokia brand for mobile phones, has launched a smartphone with an array of five camera lenses on the rear - two 12 megapixel color sensors and three 12 megapixel monochrome sensors - created to appeal to camera enthusiasts.

The executive didn't elaborate on the matter but did include a screenshot and link to one pretty impressive photograph.

Nokia has pulled out all the stops when it comes to the Nokia 9 PureView.

The image in question was captured on the phone and shows vast amounts of detail.

The Nokia 210 is company's first feature phone for 2019.

The five cameras at the back are said to be arranged in a circle.

Aside from the older chip, you'll find many 2019 amenities on board here, including an optical in-display fingerprint sensor, a 3320mAh battery, Qi wireless charging and fast wired charging support, and an Android One version of Pie.

With its sights set firmly on pro photo-takers, the Nokia 9 PureView can also capture images uncompressed RAW "DNG" format, and HMD boasts that you'll edit them directly on the phone thanks to its partnership with Adobe Lightroom.

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While the Nokia 4.2 has a 5.7-inch HD notched display and dual rear cameras, the Nokia 3.2 features a 6.26-inch HD+ notched display and a single rear snapper. Still, the 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and 5.9-inch 2K P-OLED display make it HMD's meatiest high-end Nokia device to-date.

Nokia's aims are rather more ambitious: the focus is on quality rather than easy features, so there's no wide-angle lens, there's no zoom, no OIS.

The Nokia 1 Plus comes with 1GB RAM and 8GB or 16GB storage and runs the MediaTek MT6739 quad-core processor.

The Nokia 1 Plus offers users a 5.45-inch IPS display in a 18:9 aspect ratio, packaged in a polycarbonate frame that comes in various colours - such as red, blue, and black.

HMD also announced two new devices in its $100-$200 segment: The Nokia 4.2 and the Nokia 3.2. While most rival smartphones have around 10 layers in the depth-map generated by their multi-camera systems, Nokia 9 PureView has a jaw-dropping 1,200 layers. Nokia smartphones with Android One offer great storage and battery life right out of the box and come with three years of monthly security patches and two major OS updates.

HMD next unveiled the Nokia 1 Plus, which it called the "big sister" of the Nokia 1.

New features for the Nokia 4.2 are a notification light surrounding the power button on the side of the device to "gently alert you of your notifications", as well as a dedicated Google Assistant button opposite the power key. The company has not revealed anything about the availability detail of this variant in other markets.

Pricing will start at $99. Under the hood, it runs Snapdragon 439 SoC. Nokia 4.2 will ship with Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box.

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