10-07-201910-07-2019 16:32:01 IST
2019-07-10T11:02:01.836Z10-07-2019 2019-07-10T11:01:58.591Z - - 17-07-2019
Nokia has announced that it will be bringing its much-awaited model 'PurView' to India very soon. PurView is the world's first five camera array that will make every picture taken from this phone an HDR one. This news has got all the smartphone photography enthusiasts excited. All the five cameras work together to capture one perfect image and help PurView to fuse them together and give a 12 Megapixel output which boasts to have a great dynamic range and field depth like no other.
The 5 camera system combined with ZEISS optics has got two colour sensors for vibrant colour images and three sensors which will give the much-needed clarity, sharpness, and depth to your pictures. The five sensors collect the image details to ensure a great output which outperforms the phones with a single sensor, a Nokia official said.
Every shot taken by the Nokia 9 PureView uses all five cameras to capture at least 60MP of imaging data. To process and fuse the images Nokia 9 PureView has maximised the heterogeneous computing architecture of the Qualcomm Snapdragon mobile platform assigning tasks across ISP, DSP, GPU and CPU. Featuring a dedicated imaging co-processor that individually adjusts exposure and white balance on each camera across the scene, the Nokia 9 PureView gives you a glimpse into the future of smartphone photography.
The Nokia 9 PureView will be available in Midnight Blue from 10th July exclusively on Nokia and on Flipkart platforms and will be launched in the physical stores from 17th. The price of this phone is expected to be around Rs 50,000
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