- Tram Ho
The Nokia 9 PureView is considered one of the most unique smartphones launched last year thanks to the 5-lens camera cluster on its back. However, the poor quality of the photos has ruined the reputation and sales of this device. But it seems HMD Global, which owns the Nokia brand, has not given up on this camera race.
64MP main camera, 108MP ultra wide angle camera and many other upgrades
A suggestion from NokiaPowerUser site shows that a new 5-lens camera system is being planned for the upcoming Nokia 9.3 PureView. More specifically, they will abandon Light’s camera technology, which used to be used on its predecessor PureView smartphone.
This detail was mentioned in a January report that HMD Global had stopped its partnership with Light because the company lacked support for the Nokia 9 PureView after it launched last year.
The smartphone manufacturer is said to be working with a new partner to complete its next-generation camera system. However, it is unclear which partners this is, but it seems that both companies are planning for major upgrades to this smartphone line.
These upgrades are said to make “one of the most powerful camera solutions on flagship smartphones” as the main camera will be equipped with 64MP sensor and optical image stabilization (OIS). Besides, 108MP sensor will also be equipped for ultra-wide angle camera.
There are no details on the specifications of the remaining cameras, but perhaps this camera system will have more telephoto telephoto lenses, macro lenses and depth sensors like today.
Other predictions include a full-screen design on the front and a 48MP selfie camera. With the intention of being a flagship, rumors also suggest that the processor will be Snapdragon 865, support 5G network and run Android root under Android One program.
Nokia 9.3 PureView is expected to launch this year with Nokia 7.3 at an event held around August or September.
Refer to PhoneArena
Source : Genk