Nokia 9 PureView expected to launch in India by April end

Ruben Fields
April 22, 2019

Since its unveiling at MWC 2019, HMD Global's flagship Nokia 9 PureView has received a couple of software updates. In Addition, it also includes UI enhancements, speeds up the fingerprint sensor and improves system stability. Or at least it hasn't up until now - Nokia is pushing an update that's meant to address the scanner's poor performance.

The update was first spotted by YouTuber TechAltar, who via his Twitter account shard the news. It features an in-display fingerprint sensor and is IP67 certified for water and dust resistance.

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In addition, the US has also pressurized other countries like the United Kingdom and Germany to restrict Huawei from 5G rollout. The world's No. 2 smartphone vendor sold 59 million units in the first quarter.

There's a lot to like about the Nokia 9 PureView: it's got a unique camera setup, its construction feels high-end, and it's generally a solid performer. Alternatively, you can head over to the Settings menu to manually check for the update. HMD Global recommends that users start the update process only when connected to a stable Wi-Fi connection. You can read our complete Nokia 9 PureView coverage here. Two of those five cameras are regular RGB (colour) cameras while the remaining three are monochrome sensors. But the premium camera smartphone was made available in many European and USA markets, disappointing many fans in India.

On the front, the Nokia 9 PureView sports a 20-megapixel selfie camera with f/1.8 camera and support for Tetracell pixel binning, allowing it to combine 4 pixels into 1 which should help in reducing the noise in the image.

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