2019 is the year of the triple camera on smartphones, with the Samsung Galaxy S10, Huawei P20 Pro all boasting a three-camera array.
HMD Global, the company that now owns the Nokia brand, has now unveiled the Nokia 9 PureView, an expensive, sleek smartphone with a crazy five rear cameras.
The five cameras are laid out in a pentagonal arrangement on the rear of the phone and, impressively, don’t seem to add any ugly bulk to the phone. HMD is pushing what it calls “computational imaging”, with the five sensors all working together simultaneously as a system, rather than switching between different cameras.
The phone starts at $699.
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