As it launches PureView smartphone.
HMD Global has partnered with national animal shelters to coincide with the launch of the new Nokia 9 PureView smartphone.
“With more than 100,000 animals in shelters around the country, we’re thrilled that HMD Global is helping us raise awareness of the animals that are in desperate need of a new home,” Sydney Dogs & Cats Home team manager, Renae Jackson said.
HMD Global appointed a nationwide dog squad of photographers, a dog groomer and art director, to ensure that the #ForgottenDogsofInstagram will be given the profile shot it deserves. A short film from the shoot is available to view on Nokia Mobile Australia’s Facebook page.
The new device features the first five camera array system with Zeiss optics, with two colour sensors for accurate vibrant colour images and three monochromatic sensors which give sharpness and detail. All five sensors work together to collect up to 10-times the amount of light than a single sensor of the same type.
HDM Global country manager, James Robinson said editing possibilities are endless with powerful apps like Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Google Photos depth editor. “Nokia smartphones have always pioneered imaging innovation and we are excited to take a significant leap forward with the Nokia 9 PureView, introducing Australians to the most advanced computational imaging system on a smartphone.”
Every image captured is HDR, with up to 12.4 stops of dynamic range and a full scene 12MP depth map.
The Nokia 9 PureView will receive three years of monthly security patches and two major OS updates, as guaranteed in the Android One program. In addition, Google Play Protect scans over 50 billion apps per day to help keep the smartphone safe from malware. The device also comes with Google Assistant and Google Photos with free unlimited photo storage.
The Nokia 9 PureView in Midnight Blue is available for $1,099 RRP with Nokia True Wireless Earbuds valued at $199 as a GWP, from JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman.