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Nokia 9 PureView SD845 128GB Smartphone £279.99 with code @ technolec / eBay
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£345 on Amazon. Running Android one so the software's great and probably the biggest draw of this phone. Camera and fingerprint sensor are weak points.
I'm a big Nokia/HMD fan but the reviews for the phone, especially the cameras are very disappointing. Great price but not sure it's the best choice out there
Edited by: "Macey7000" 4th Dec 2019
Chunk26604/12/2019 17:23

£345 on Amazon. Running Android one so the software's great and probably …£345 on Amazon. Running Android one so the software's great and probably the biggest draw of this phone. Camera and fingerprint sensor are weak points.


Fingerprint sensor is still hit and miss, lack of MicroSD and headphone jack is a downside.

Camera... Each individual camera is weak (very small sensor), however the combined hardware is good in principle (better than these pesky 48MP things when it comes to detail) but is massively let down by HMD's lackluster effort to continue and enhance the software.

As it stands the camera array's strengths are: excellent dynamic range, generally good natural colours, good detail when the shot is perfect, but due to lack of OIS you might not get the first one right. The slowness of fusing the images is forgiven if the results are always spectacular, but they're not! Camera is a battery hog, it will drain a few percent after a just a few shots. Low light photography is awful.

The design is great, I love how they're blended the camera array at the back flush with the body.

GCAM on this uses just one camera and then even with all its processing might, can't do much with such a weak individual sensor.

In my opinion the Nokia 808 from 2012 beats this in everything except dynamic range.

I've tested the Nokia 9 PV extensively against the Nokia 8.1 (with GCAM), and that produces more consistent results, albeit the N9 PV is slightly better with natural colours and dynamic range.
I have 2 Nokia 808s but they are almost unusable as a smart phone these days which is such a shame as the camera is still amazing.
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