Excuse the pun in the title, but we couldn't help ourselves. The Nokia 9 PureView arrived on the scene breaking records in terms of the sheer number of cameras it has on the back, but are those any good at producing high quality images and videos? And is this phone good overall, or is everything else about it an afterthought that had to yield development capacity to the camera array?
Let's try and find out by watching our freshly baked video review of the Nokia 9 PureView. As usual, we take a concise look at what makes the phone tick, its plus sides as well as its not so great aspects.
So join Will as he goes through the Nokia 9's design and build, display (including sunlight legibility), audio quality, lack of headphone jack, under-display fingerprint reader, face unlock, software, performance, battery life, charging speed, camera setup, photo quality, and video quality.
To learn even more about the Nokia 9 PureView, don't miss our in-depth written review.
I agree the quality of picture is impressive n i love it. But there is also hardware defect with the Gorilla glass. I have my NoKia 9 in April, but the front glass shattered last month, without dropping or crashing it. They are charging a f...
aaaw.. aijphoney user?
Professional photographers don't use this crap cameras and unfinished phone. Lying will not fool people. In few months the sales will speak louder and that will be the reality.