SIM Free Nokia 9 PureView 128GB Mobile Phone -Midnight Blue Smartphone £349.95 @ Argos
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SIM Free Nokia 9 PureView 128GB Mobile Phone -Midnight Blue Smartphone £349.95 @ Argos

£349.95£419.9917%Argos Deals
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Posted 7th Nov
Not everyone's cup of tea this phone, but still a massive reduction, and improvements are being made in the way if updates all the time.

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  • Go beyond the reach of a single camera. Each of the five cameras automatically adopt the optimal settings for various parts of the scene. Then, synced with bespoke algorithms and advanced AI, the cameras shoot simultaneously. Finally, the images are fused into a single HDR photo with texture and detail from both the shadows and the highlights.
  • Working in perfect unison, the five 12 MP cameras collect up to 10 times more light than a single smartphone camera colour sensor. The results: photos with superb dynamic range that capture detail and texture from both the highlights and shadows.

  • Last longer from charge to charge with Adaptive Battery.

  • The viewing experience your photos deserve: Nokia 9 PureView features a 5.99 edge-to-edge pOLED QHD display with 2K resolution. With PureDisplay technology, you'll experience accurate colors and improved sunlight readability.

  • Loaded with Android 9 Pie, Nokia 9 PureView is as efficient as it is powerful. Utilizing AI to understand your preferences, Android 9 Pie tailors a user experience that just gets better with time.
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Having owned it, I’d say say away as the fingerprint sensor doesn’t work. You will end up going back to using a passcode all the time.... just felt so dated doing that.
slannmage07/11/2019 07:29

Having owned it, I’d say say away as the fingerprint sensor doesn’t work. Y …Having owned it, I’d say say away as the fingerprint sensor doesn’t work. You will end up going back to using a passcode all the time.... just felt so dated doing that.


Reading some reviews it says they are improving it?
No need to go back to passcode, smart unlock via BT works a dream at home, as does 2D face rec. FP scanner not as bad as described btw, but I wasn't an early buyer - other Samsung owners reported problems with theirs, my Huawei Mate 20 Pro fails also sometimes. In-screen FPS reliability not a Nokia-specific problem

Great deal at this price, flagship with midrange price tag (half the price of S10)
Edited by: "xavierluther" 7th Nov
slannmage07/11/2019 07:29

Having owned it, I’d say say away as the fingerprint sensor doesn’t work. Y …Having owned it, I’d say say away as the fingerprint sensor doesn’t work. You will end up going back to using a passcode all the time.... just felt so dated doing that.


I'm not a pro on phones however I have the mate 20 pro. Fingerprint scanner fails majority of the time.

At one point I took off the passcode and installed codes on private individual apps but then took that off yesterday because there was an update and assumed scanner would have improved. Alas, it didn't.

Having said that face recognition is excellent and overall the entire phone is awesome so I can't judge an entire phone just because the in screen fingerprint reader is awful.
same price on Amazon

amazon.co.uk/Nok…8LW

And John Lewis.
Edited by: "Flyingzard" 7th Nov
I ordered one from amazon as none in stock near me Argos.

I bought one of these in the prime day deals from warehouse but the camera was faulty and they would only refund not replace. One thing I would say is I had a good play around with it and found no issue with the fingerprint reader, worked fine for me.
Price now: £345.30 & FREE Delivery via amazon.

Disappointingly they wouldn't adjust the price of my order even though it hasn't dispatched and was only made last night(but unable to cancel), but never mind is a good deal anyway.
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