As a Nokia fan i can say that the phone is meant for those who post process the photos. They should fix JPEG output, photo processing should be done when phone is locked. Battery capacity is way too small for continuous photography. Even battery life is not impressive especially in web browsing time. Speaker is not so impressive.. camera lacks OIS. Sensors are small. FPS is horrible. Everyone is unhappy with it.
Pros: thanks to notch-less design, water resistance, the best display, costs less.
A SD855 version would definitely fix some of these. But JPEG output should be improved. Everyone doesn't have editing skills and some don't want to waste their time in it. Implementation of OIS is definitely tricky. But bigger sensors are must.. a SD 855 version would definitely cost sky high. They should remove UD FPS in next version.
r33fd, 05 Apr 2019Ever since I heard Light name I knew this would be an epic fail. Nokia 808 is better than t... moreNokia 808 is better than any other phone camera this earth has produced. period. the sheer size of the sensor and optics are its strong points. which leads to bulky handset . which currently no one wants. hence no matter what tricks today's manufacturers play... they know they just can't put a big sensor in a phone. coz that will increase the slimness to 14mm...
for all the energy nokia spent on this... my opinion is energy wasted.... no one's got the time to do all that processing... the saving of photos take ridiculously long time.
they should rather go by the Samsung or huawie way ...
Khaled6869, 06 Apr 2019well, a sequel to this phone can be done like this spec sheet I just made in my head (I tried ... moreSorry to disappoint you friend, but:
1) the 48 MP sensors from Sony and Samsung does not have dual pixel AF, all with dual pixel are 1/2.55" or 1/2.6" ... Since it is hardware based feature you cant put when sensor it is done already. No brand would nowadays sacrifice design for a thick/large sensor like N808/N1020.
2) 1/3.2" is too big for periscope style, also the f2.4 , this sensor size does not even exist. There is 13MP 1/3" from Sony and 12MP 1/3.4" from Samsung .
3) IP68 is 1,5m depth not 2m.
4) Samsung does not have 120Hz oled QHD to sell, just the 4K of Xperia 1.
5) there is no monochrome sensor with dual pixel, not from Sony nor Samsung
6) EIS for 4K60 does not exist, no brand has because it is too much for hardware do handle the task.
7) without stacked sensor, only fake 960fps is possible. Quality is worse than 480p. Exactly what Huawei and Xiaomi do.
8) OZO is just for video recording sound, not playback
9) With all your list, no brand would charge less than $1600 for basic storage option.
Yes, I love it, but honestly eventhou I am not trypophobia, I feel goosebump! Dear Nokia, please design your all phones with incredible design like you used to do.
LG Superfan, 05 Apr 2019Nokia 8, Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 9 Pureview Nokia unveiled three flagships and all three failed... moreAgreed, especially since this has the old 845 in it which came out in 2017. My wifes 2017 S8 bought in march of 2017 has a 845. What the heck is Nokia thinking releases a highend phone with an 845? they are lost
well, a sequel to this phone can be done like this spec sheet I just made in my head (I tried to be reasonable as much as I can)
Nokia 9.1 PureView 5G
. 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G
. Speed: HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A (7CA) Cat.20 2000/300 Mbps, 5G
. GPRS: Yes
. EDGE: Yes
. Dimensions: 158x75x9.4 mm
. Build: front/back Gorilla Glass 6, stainless steel frame
. Weight: 190 grams
. SIM: single nano-SIM or Hybrid Dual nano-SIM
. IP68 certified - dust & water resistant over 2m and 30 mins
. Type: Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
. Size: 6.4 inches (101.4 cm^2)(~94.0% screen to body ratio)
. Resolution: 1440x3120 pixels, 19.5:9 (~538 ppi density)
. Protection: Corning Gorilla Glass 6
. Always-on display, Dolby Vision/HDR10 compliant, 120 Hz refresh rate
. OS: Android 9.0 (Pie) or 10.0 (Q); Android One
. Chipset: Qualcomm SDM855 Snapdragon 855 (7 nm)
. CPU: Octa-core (1x2.84GHz, 3x2.42GHz, 4x1.8GHz)
. GPU: Adreno 640
. Card Slot: microSD (up to 512 GB) - uses SIM2 slot (hybrid slot model)
. Internal: 128/256 GB, 8GB RAM or 512 GB, 12 GB RAM
1) 48 MP, f/1.5-2.4, 28mm (wide), 1/1.25", 0.8 um, PDAF, (dual pixel PDAF when shooting in 12 MP mode), OIS
2) Periscope 12 MP, f/2.4, 140mm (telephoto), 1/3.2", 1.12 um, PDAF, OIS, 5x optical zoom
3) 12 MP, f/1.7, 28mm (wide, monochrome), 1/2.55", 1.4 um, dual pixel PDAF, OIS
4) 16 MP, f/2.0, 14mm (ultrawide), 1/3.2", 1.12 um, PDAF, 120-degree FOV
5) 3D TOF camera
Carl Zeiss Optics, dual-LED dual-tone flash, HDR, panorama, 50x zoom
2160p @30/60 fps, 1080p @30/60/120 fps, 720p @960 fps, HDR, gyro-EIS (all resolutions)
1) 16 MP, f/1.7, 26mm (wide), 1/2.8", 1.12 um, PDAF, OIS
2) 3D TOF camera
Carl Zeiss Optics, HDR
2160p @30 fps, 1080p @30 fps, HDR, gyro-EIS (all resolutions)
. Loudspeaker: Yes, with stereo speakers
. 3.5mm jack: Yes
. 32-bit/384kHz audio, Nokia OZO audio, active noise cancellation with dedicated mics (3 microphones)
. WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot
. Bluetooth: 5.0, A2DP, LE, aptX
. GPS: Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS
. NFC: Yes
. Radio: stereo FM Radio
. USB: 3.1, Type-C reversible connector
. Sensors: Fingerprint (under display), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer
. Non-removable Li-Ion 4500 mAh battery
1) Fast battery charging 18W
2) USB Power Delivery
3) Fast Wireless Charging 15W
4) Power Bank/Reverse Wireless Charging 10W
. Colors: Midnight Blue, Greyish-Black gradient, Emerald Green, White, Blood Red
. Price: 750 dollars, 900 dollars, and 1250 dollars
Anonymous, 05 Apr 2019Yes you can refocus after taking a shot in editingNo you can't refocus after you take a photo. Since the DoF is so deep due to its minuscule sensor size, it makes it look like you can change the focus afterwards by changing the blur pattern around the area you have tapped.
Anonymous, 05 Apr 2019Chuawei P30 no record FHD 60fps with EIS but only FHD 30fps, no record 60fps in 4K this is rea... moreP30 supports EIS in all of FHD 30fps, 60fps and 4K video recording. Get your facts right.
F the camera, I want to see the phone's display visibility outdoors directly under the very bright sunlight and see if I can read out something
Man, I love it when my phone's screen remains visible even under the sun!
So you need extra software in order to get decent pictures
I mean with a bit of editing every pictures can look better, but to get P30 Auto quality you need some software srsly wtf
Love the Community, 05 Apr 2019Whenever HMD Nokia wants a sequel to Nokia 9 PureView, they should get the best three sensors.... more? How about a sensor the size of the 808 pureview and some decent glass.
It's simple but it's a focus on quality. When done right it would shatter nikon canon sony big cameras.
There decision about there target buyers and that the phone will be only limited edition is quite right.
Great idea, but need some improvement. Daylight raws has better detail than P30 Pro and IphoneX, but JPGS are much worse. Night photos looks bad. It has great potential, but on this moment need more work to be best camera. All photos should looks like from Adobe Lighroom.