Nokia 9.1 PureView to feature 5G support and incredible cameras

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July 29, 2019
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Just over six months after the Nokia 9 PureView was launched by the new home of Nokia phones — HMD Global and now the company will launch a refreshed flagship with upgraded internals. As reported by GSMArena, the Nokia 9.1 PureView is likely to feature 5G support and improved cameras while trying to fix the issues the original Nokia 9 had.

It is to be noted that after a whole year of hype, teasers, and delays, HMD Global finally released its first true flagship phone, the Nokia 9 PureView but that device was incredibly flawed. For one, it was powered by a last-gen SoC and had most of the low-end specifications across the board. The Nokia 9 PureView was designed to be a camera-centric phone but still failed to match up to other flagships in most use cases. HMD Global will be hoping to remedy that with a refresh.

According to the GSMArena, HMD Global is set to launch the Nokia 9.1 Pureview by the end of this year. Just after the launch of the Nokia 9 Pureview, there were rumors that the company would release a refreshed model with upgraded internals. This looks to be the phone in question, and it will come at least seven months after the release of the initial Nokia 9.

Moreover, the Nokia 9.1 PureView is also rumored to be powered by the Snapdragon 855 and will have 5G support. The device is also expected to have new, improved cameras. The Nokia 9 PureView was a collaboration between HMD Global and Light, and the Nokia 9.1 Pureview will be a continuation of that partnership.

The Nokia 9.1 will place more emphasis on low-light performance and video. The newer, more powerful SoC—in conjunction with improved software—will result in faster image processing. That was one of the biggest complaints with the Nokia 9, so it’s great to see HMD working to remedy that.

Apparently, the Nokia 9.1 will place more emphasis on low-light performance and video. The newer, more powerful SoC—in conjunction with improved software—will result in faster image processing. That was one of the biggest complaints with the Nokia 9, so it’s great to see HMD working to remedy that.

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