Nokia 9 PureView leaked image | Image Credit: Evan Blass
Nokia 9 PureView is going to be the next premium flagship from HMD Global under the Nokia branding and while the Nokia 9 PureView is expected to become the world’s first smartphone to feature a Penta-lens camera setup with five camera sensors, a new report suggests that HMD Global might also be introducing computational photography technology from the renowned firm named Light for better low-light camera performance.
As per a report by NokiaPowerUser, computational photography firm Light’s official website revealed that by using five sensors in a circular setup (same as that of the Nokia 9 PureView), the company’s technology can collect over 10 times the light in comparison to traditional camera setup. While describing the constellation camera array solution Light also mentioned that its dedicated software pipeline which works on multiple platforms and devices, is capable of combining and fuse 5, 10, or even 50 images easily.
This goes in line with the Nokia 9 PureView teaser video which was leaked recently and suggested that the smartphone is capable of capturing 10 times the light in comparison to normal camera modules.
Meanwhile, the Nokia 9 PureView has been subjected to a lot of leaks as well as rumours in the recent past and while the smartphone is expected to launch during the MWC 2019, the Nokia 9 PureView could sport a 5.9-inch Quad HD 3D OLED (2K) PureDisplay display coupled with HDR10 support and is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 845 coupled with 8GB of RAM as well as 128GB inbuilt storage. Other features will also include camera sensors from Zeiss optics, Just like all other Nokia smartphones, the Nokia 9 PureView will also be based on the Android One platform.