The Nokia 9 PureView has been in the hands of consumers for a bit over a week now and a few issues have cropped up. HMD’s Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas has addressed them on Twitter and promised a fix is coming.
First up is the camera, which can crash when the battery is low – a voltage drop is the culprit here. That’s not the only issue that users are complaining about, however, the software has a tough time when both Depth mode and DNG RAW are enabled.
Next is the in-display fingerprint reader, which isn’t the most reliable. HMD is working on improving that one as well.
This is HMD’s first in-display reader, the first penta-camera setup too, so clearly there are some issues that need to be ironed out.
Yeah nice Joke! Show me one single complex product that dose not came with bug?(hack even simple ones comes with bug)
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"...so clearly there are some issues that need to be ironed out." This is obviously a rushed product. It's shouldn't have been released at all. Especially not with technologies that are still at their infancy. Give it a side-mounted or back-moun...