A new report from the NokiaPowerUser claims that Nokia would launch an upper variant of Nokia 9 Pureview in Q4 this year. The upper variant of Nokia 9 Pureview will be known as Nokia 9.1 Pureview and it will right the wrongs of its predecessor.
Nokia 9.1 PureView Will Feature Snapdragon 855, 8GB RAM, 256GB Internal
If you have been reading gadget news on Techviral for a while, then you might know that HMD Global is about to launch a few Nokia smartphones at the Indian marketplace. A few days ago, we read news about HMD Global prepping for the launch of Nokia 8.2.
Now, a new report from the NokiaPowerUser claims that Nokia would launch an upper variant of Nokia 9 Pureview in Q4 this year. The upper variant of Nokia 9 Pureview will be known as Nokia 9.1 Pureview and it will right the wrongs of its predecessor.
For those who don’t know, Nokia Pureview 9 was a flagship smartphone recently launched in India. The smartphone is available at the Price of Rs 49,999. The key highlight of Nokia 9 Pureview was its Penta rear camera setup.
Soon after the launch, the company has faced some backlash regarding the camera of Nokia 9 Pureview. Some say that the camera setup looks weird while others said that the camera quality is not up to the mark. So, with Nokia 9.1 Pureview, the company wants to focus on improving the camera capabilities to avoid the same mistakes it did with its previous generation.
The reports from NokiaPowerUser also claims that the upcoming smartphone from Nokia would see significant improvements in the camera department, especially in the low-light conditions. To improve the camera capabilities, HMD Global is working closely with Light.
To assist these camera improvements, the upcoming smartphone from Nokia, of course, Nokia 9.1 Pureview will feature a powerful Snapdragon 855 Processor. With the latest Snapdragon processor, Nokia 9.1 Pureview could also support 5G connectivity. Apart from that, the phone might offer 8GB RAM and 256GB internal.
Since the smartphone will be launched in Q4 this year, there are chances that the phone will run on Android Q out of the box. So, what do you think about this? Share your views with us in the comment box below.