HMD Global used the Mobile World Congress 2019, which took place in February of that year in Barcelona, to show the public part of Nokia’s new generation of smartphones.
Among them, we saw the Nokia 9 PureView, which is the top of the company so far and is the first in the world to have five rear photographic sensors. Today, for enhancements, she has released an update for it with a new security patch and enhancements related to her camera.
The update can be identified by the V4.27C numbering and weighs approximately 280MB. With it, we see the introduction of the July security package, the Live Bokeh camera mode, which lets you see how the photo looks in portrait mode before even recording it.
In addition, there is an improvement in the fingerprint reader authentication speed, as well as faster image processing.
Technical specifications – Nokia 9 PureView
- 5.99-inch pOLED screen with QH +
- Display without notch and ratio 18: 9
- PureDisplay technology with HDR10 support
- Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
- 6 GB of RAM LPDDR4X
- 128 GB internal storage
- 20MP single front camera
- Five rear cameras with ZEISS lenses
- 12-megapixel RGB main sensor with f / 1.8 aperture
- The second 12-megapixel RGB sensor
- 12-megapixel monochrome sensor
- The second 12-megapixel monochrome sensor
- Third monochrome 12 megapixel
- 3.320 mAh battery with support for wireless charging
- Biometric screen reader
- IP67 Certification
- Android 9 Foot with Android One program
The update is being released globally and gradually over-the-air (OTA) for all eligible and compliant devices. In the coming days should have come to all smartphones. To those who want, you can try to look for the update through the operating system settings menu.