The Nokia 9 Pureview is an oddity. From the front, it looks like a pretty standard Android phone from a year or two ago. It features a slab design, thin side bezels, thick bezels at the top and bottom (no notch or punch hold), standard high-resolution screen, and thankfully stock android.
Even the other specs are fairly run of the mill, with a Snapdragon 845 processor from last year, 6 GB of RAM, and 128 GB of storage. The in-display fingerprint sensor is the lone unusual front-facing feature.
But turn the phone over, and a spider-eye camera setup confronts you ending all sense of sameness. The Nokia 9 Pureview’s claim to fame is a unique setup of five 12 MP cameras that all work together to take a single picture. HMD (the company behind Nokia phones) explains that this a camera system designed for experienced photographers, rather than aiming at bringing better photos to the average users.
For a limited time, HMD announced it would sell the phone for $100 off, bringing the price down to $599. But B&H photo is taking that deal a step further, and tossing in a free Mophie portable battery pack. If you sincerely want to make this a go-to camera on all your travels, having a spare battery to recharge it is a no-brainer.