In old days. I used Nokia. Were solid reliable brand. I got Nokia 9 pureview.first 6 months .worked as it should. But in last 5 months has this weird noise when you use in camera mode. But that's worse I can use video mode on Nokia 9 because the noise can be heard in any video which means I can't use video mode with this phone. I be changing my phone soon and won't be Nokia as I have found out Nokia support is not there. Current Nokia is not there after 6 months. Pity but saying it straight
nokia only by name. this isnt the true nokia, who had trusty phones, these guys are imposters !!
the phones crash constantly, and are really slow, compared with other similar priced phones.
I was so excited when Nokia came back into the market, how wrong was I? The Nokia 9 Pureview is the worst phone i have ever owned. Recently it seems to have been downloading system updates and on several occasions in the last 3/4 months these updates have automatically updated the voice prompts. The latest causing me to jump, slip and fall, landing on my phone which is now smashed and broken!!!!! Angry, upset and disappointed with Nokia dont even go close to describing my emotions right now. Save you money folks and buy a Samsung as i am going to.
Anonymous, 23 Jan 2021The worst phone ever made. I bought this in Aug20 and it stopped working in dec20. Initially i... moreHey you
Nokia has been solded in 2016 so that's why the phone are not working properly
I have Nokia c7 till now it's working good
When Nokia started launching mobiles it's was good mobiles till 2015 when Microsoft solded Nokia from that time he is not launching proper phones
So be quite if you want to buy buy or get lost
The worst phone ever made. I bought this in Aug20 and it stopped working in dec20. Initially it started getting hanged in middle of something. afterwards it just fail to start and keeps on rebooting continuously. Despite of having good quality of photos, camera won't get start after some days. you'll face all the problems with this phone including:
1. No live picture viewing
3. Phone gets hanged
4. phone is too slippery
5. poor customer support.
The most shocking part is customer care asked me 32k to repair this phone which is just after 4 months of buying date.
I love the feel of the Nokia 9 in general and have been a long time Pureview user on Lumia phones and even the Nokia 808.
The Nokia 9 does not deserve the name. The camera is slow because it is overly complex. The should have added a dedicated image processing chip instead of relying on the Snapdragon. Low light output is significantly worse than even my old Galaxy S7 (you'd think the Nokia is broken if you see the difference in person). That is worse than a 3 year older
"The images we exported this way had better detail, contrast, and colors than the regular JPEGs, but turned out to be much softer than they should be in reality. This makes the statements that anyone from Adobe has worked on optimizing the Lightroom output for the Nokia 9 sound a bit dubious."
Lightroom Mobile's auto option does not alter sharpness. If you get good colors and contrast with auto button, then it works perfectly because it only affects vibrance and exposure parameters.
Fingerprint recognition is very reliable with an index finger instead of a thumb. You also can add more than one print now.
Mathew, 22 May 2020I bought this phone 2 months back and Finger print is not working at all. Battery capacity of ... moreBattery while capturing images drain fast than regular but over all its good with one day backup. Regarding fingerprint it work about 90% time for me may be beacuse I am not using any screen protection right now
I bought this phone 2 months back and Finger print is not working at all. Battery capacity of this phone is very bad. Phone will be charged quickly and the same way drained out fast. I do not think so worth for money.
I bought the phone from a music magpie got a bit annoyed with the finger print sensor at first but started using code instead I find it the to be good value for money though I'm pleased with it now would recommend it
Kimalexr, 08 Feb 2020I've had this phone for about 5 months. To start off with, I was a bit 'what have I done?!' Bu... moreCouldn't agree more. When I first started using the phone I was sooo disappointed and frustrated over how my photos turned out but then I started playing with Adobe lightroom and now I wouldn't trade it in for anything in the world. It's just PURE perfection. But then again, I love taking my sweet time with the fine pic-tuning and I totally understand why this isn't everyone's cup of tea.
Fingerprint ain't work at all. Photo sw with Android 10 it's a photographer''s nightmare. You are just sure that you will loose fantastic pictures jus because photo sw is very busy doing shitty things. You unblock your phone launch camera sw, fingerpoint focus area , take a shot aaaand sw freezes for long. Then you realize you have lost your beautiful shot. The magis moment is gone. This sw is a major f...up pushing a user into madness - volcanic eruption of shout.
I've had this phone for about 5 months. To start off with, I was a bit 'what have I done?!' But, I love the Android One Pixel-esque interface which was it's saving grace for me. It feels beautiful in the hand and has all the features you'd expect from a flagship phone. Excellent speaker sound quality and stunning screen. The camera is an interesting and difficult feature to review because so many people see the five cameras and just expect it to just take stunning photos that you can share instantly. Which of course you can to some extent. But if that's your desire, buy a Pixel. But if you want a phone that captures ridiculous amounts of detail and focus points with depth perception, this is your baby. You take your photo, and the slightest personalisation or editing and you get the most stunning images. Even just using Google Photos as your editor where you edit the 'Light' or 'Color" to your taste and they will make you wow in your pants. The thing that I find the PureView has as the trump card is where all other cameras third editing option in Google Photos is 'Pop', the PureView has a 'Blur' dial instead and this is the money piece. All that detail and depth you thought were pointless to capture now all makes sense. You choose your focus point, personalise the background blur and foreground blur and you have a first class image worthy of your precious Instagram feed. I get so many people asking me what 'camera' am I using and they are shocked to learn I'm using a Nokia phone! The five cameras might seem like overkill but if you're an enthusiast you'll soon appreciate it. A lot of companies do great jobs of replicating these results with A.I and Google does it the best with the Pixel which takes breathtaking photos as standard. But if you want the ability to adjust your RAW images to your preference from a class leading camera and device, you won't be disappointed with the PureView, you just have to understand and appreciate why it exists and not expect a generic 'perfect auto' image from it, it's for you 100% and coming from me - a device enthusiast but not a professional photographer; I love it. One of my favourite devices ever. I prefer it over my Pixel 3, which is saying a lot.