HMD developer of Nokia phones, unveiled its “Pure View” phone, which has “supernatural” imaging capabilities at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The phone supports five cameras working together, and the accuracy of images taken to 240 megapixels, according to the newspaper “Daily Mail” British.
The Pure View imaging system has its own sensors that can “absorb light” more than 10 times that of other phones.
The price of the device is US $ 699. Artificial intelligence technology is used to integrate the data from the five cameras to provide an ideal picture, wireless charging and fingerprint lock.
In addition to the state-of-the-art phone, the Nokia 210 was also announced at the event, with a full-month battery in standby mode, with three colors – white, black and red – priced at $ 35.
The Nokia 1 Plus, which runs Android Go, comes with a 5 megapixel camera and a front end with the same resolution at $ 99.