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Nokia 9 PureView 5.99-Inch Android 9 Pie UK SIM-Free Smartphone with 6GB RAM and 128GB Storage - Blue - £349.99 delivered @ Amazon
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Nokia 9 PureView 5.99-Inch Android 9 Pie UK SIM-Free Smartphone with 6GB RAM and 128GB Storage - Blue - £349.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 1st NovEdited by:"idontflycathay"
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  • Five cameras working simultaneously on every shot; the five 12 MP cameras collect up to 10 times more light than a single smartphone camera
  • HDR images and video captured with Nokia 9 PureView features exceptional dynamic range, preserving the details of every image
  • QI Wireless charging enabled
  • The Pureview is only 8 mm thin, but has a robust chassis built from machined aluminium
  • Under-screen fingerprint sensor for effortless unlocking

The Nokia 9 PureView is one phone, with five cameras. Working in perfect unison, the five 12 MP cameras collect up to 10 times more light than a single smartphone camera colour sensor.

This results in images with superb dynamic range that capture detail and texture from both the highlights and shadows. It also allows for an incredible depth-of-field and vibrant, true-to-life colour.

With an adaptive battery, the 9 PureView also last longer from charge to charge, making it easy to use and more reliable when out-and-about.

App actions also help you to use your phone more efficiently, as it remembers your routines. Slices on the other hand, suggests your recommended apps when you need them most.

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Had this phone for a few months, ended up selling it. Camera is amazing if you can be bothered to sort them all out in Lightroom. Battery though is terrible, never got through a full day, lucky to even get to 6pm for light use. Fingerprint reader was unusable too. Hoping Nokia will bring out a new flagship similar to the 1020 setup
Edited by: "dwoodsy90" 1st Nov
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Why does it look 3 years old already?
Had this phone for a few months, ended up selling it. Camera is amazing if you can be bothered to sort them all out in Lightroom. Battery though is terrible, never got through a full day, lucky to even get to 6pm for light use. Fingerprint reader was unusable too. Hoping Nokia will bring out a new flagship similar to the 1020 setup
Edited by: "dwoodsy90" 1st Nov
Was so excited for this phone, it had so much potential. Really pleased I didn't buy one straight away and dodged it. My trusty Nokia 8 still making me happy but would love an updated version with newer spec in the same form factor. One can hope 🙏
Minus £349?not bad.
I got rid of mine too, you cannot use NFC payments with it as the fingerprint sensor doesn't work, and that was after the update...
dwoodsy9001/11/2019 01:10

Had this phone for a few months, ended up selling it. Camera is amazing if …Had this phone for a few months, ended up selling it. Camera is amazing if you can be bothered to sort them all out in Lightroom. Battery though is terrible, never got through a full day, lucky to even get to 6pm for light use. Fingerprint reader was unusable too. Hoping Nokia will bring out a new flagship similar to the 1020 setup


I hope they copy the 808 instead, the 1020 was horrible.
The fingerprint sensor on my Nokia 5 doesn't work but I would expect it to on this one.
Great price OP, lots of value for this money
I saw this on amazon and came for the comments,

the user reviews are so different

I cannot decide
allowed01/11/2019 10:39

I saw this on amazon and came for the comments, the user reviews are so …I saw this on amazon and came for the comments, the user reviews are so different I cannot decide


From someone that has most only stuck to Nokia phones, I personally wouldn't, mainly due to the battery life even with little use not getting through a day. If you are intending to be out for the day and taking several pictures, within 4-5 hours the battery is drained. You can see after you take a photo while its processing, the battery percentage drops 3-5% each image sometimes.

For the successor, if they significantly improve the battery life, photo processing time and make the standard JPEG image much lighter (as they are so dark), then I'd consider buying it.

I decided to sell mine to go for a Huawei Mate 20 Pro. 2 day battery life, I've never got lower than 30% in a day with very heavy use.
What an ugly phone!
When I bought the Nokia 8 I was really pulling for Nokia to come good. Within 6 months most of the embedded lettering of their logo had fallen out of the back plate, the battery is flakey, the fingerprint scanner is slow and the Android updates aren't as quick as they should be for a vanilla implementation.

Disappointing build quality for Nokia and reason enough to prevent me buying another model.
Surprised no one had said this sets off a phobia they read about but don't have
allowed01/11/2019 10:39

I saw this on amazon and came for the comments, the user reviews are so …I saw this on amazon and came for the comments, the user reviews are so different I cannot decide


Read also expert reviews, but remember those were written when this phone was priced £549 at launch in April.

Nokia tried to improve some of the early niggles over the air, with a massive update package. Some things like the average battery life are more difficult to improve though, or the time-and-battery-consuming picture processing (5 rear cameras shooting at same time, no other phone faces same challenge)

At this mid-range price, its limitations are much easier to tolerate. It has a premium design, great quality build as all Nokias (despite what's written above), wireless charging (which helps to get to the end of the day), a very good screen, simple interface, great software support. Many positives. No, it didn't make it among the best phones of 2019, but at this price it doesn't have to. Photography lovers will love to tweak the pictures in Lightroom.
Edited by: "xavierluther" 1st Nov
xavierluther01/11/2019 21:59

Read also expert reviews, but remember those were written when this phone …Read also expert reviews, but remember those were written when this phone was priced £549 at launch in April.Nokia tried to improve some of the early niggles over the air, with a massive update package. Some things like the average battery life are more difficult to improve though, or the time-and-battery-consuming picture processing (5 rear cameras shooting at same time, no other phone faces same challenge)At this mid-range price, its limitations are much easier to tolerate. It has a premium design, great quality build as all Nokias (despite what's written above), wireless charging (which helps to get to the end of the day), a very good screen, simple interface, great software support. Many positives. No, it didn't make it among the best phones of 2019, but at this price it doesn't have to. Photography lovers will love to tweak the pictures in Lightroom.



Personally, if you went out for a day and had a phone you 100% know won't last it the whole day, it is a massive negative.
dwoodsy9002/11/2019 11:51

Personally, if you went out for a day and had a phone you 100% know won't …Personally, if you went out for a day and had a phone you 100% know won't last it the whole day, it is a massive negative.


Just take a power bank. Many of best smartphones: iPhones, Samsung flagships, Pixel phones, all had typically average battery life until very recently, some still do. Hard to balance with powerful performance.

Only new class of 2019 like ZenFone 6, or Huawei last year, particularly Mate 20X, have changed game for good. Also some flagships rely now on wireless charging, in office and at home. If you go on picture-taking trip, power bank is essential.
Edited by: "xavierluther" 2nd Nov
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