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Nokia launches world’s first 5-camera smartphone at Mobile World Conference 2019

HMD Global, home to Nokia phones, announced five new Android handsets, including the world’s first smartphone with a unique five camera array, the Nokia 9 PureView, in Mobile World Conference 2019 that took place in Barcelona over the weekend.

The latest additions in Nokia phones family are: Nokia 1.1 Plus, Nokia 3.2, Nokia 4.2, Nokia 9 PureView, and Nokia 210.

1. Nokia 9 PureView: Nokia 9 PureView comes with a distinct five camera array featuring ZEISS Optics to put next generation computational imaging technology into the hands of advanced photography enthusiasts. Its price will be revealed at a later stage.

2. Nokia 4.2: The phone brings flagship imaging features like multi-camera imaging to a new price point, with a dual depth-sensing rear camera ready to capture memories. Its price will be revealed at a later stage.

3. Nokia 3.2: The Nokia 3.2 features an impressive 6.26” HD+ display for a great viewing experience. It will be available in Pakistan from May at a retail price of Rs27,000.

4. Nokia 1 Plus: The Nokia 1 Plus’s auto focus rear camera capture minute details and the front camera comes enhanced with the ‘beautify feature’. Nokia 1 Plus will be available in Pakistan from March at a retail price of Rs15,300.

5. Nokia 210: The Nokia 210 has a crucial role in the Nokia phone line-up as an affordable internet device and comes in a durable, inherently coloured polycarbonate shell to reduce appearance of finger marks. It will be available in Pakistan from March at a retail price of Rs5,500.

Nokia also introduced two wireless charging solutions in its portfolio: the Nokia Wireless Charger and Nokia Portable Wireless Charger. Both devices support the universal Qi charging standard, and can work with compatible wireless charging devices, including the Nokia 9 PureView and Nokia 8 Sirocco.

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