DxOMark has just published its review to one of 2019’s most promising camera phones, the Nokia 9 PureView with a total of 5 rear cameras.
|Nokia 9 PureView DxOMark score|
To recall, Nokia 9 PureView features a total of 5 12MP 1/2.9-inch sensors. Two are RGB sensors and 3 are monochrome sensors.
Sadly, it performed poorly in their tests. It only got a score of 88 points for photos and 80 points for videos for a total score of 85 points. In comparison, most 2018 to 2019 flagship phones have total scores of over 100 points.
The score is even poorer than the disappointing 91 points of Sony Xperia 1.
This is sad as it didn’t deliver the results many expected after the excitement surrounding its 5-camera design.
According to DxoMark, its performance is just similar to two-year-old models from other vendors like the iPhone 7 and LG V30. Only its Bokeh has an impressive score of 55 points. Its Autofocus score is decent at 90 points. For videos, only its stabilization is decent at 87 points.
Do you agree with DxOMark?