Nokia 9 PureView TA-1082 128GB Smartphone GSM ONLY (Factory Unlocked, Midnight Blue) - US Warranty
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- LTE: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 20, 28, 32, 38, 39, 40, 41, 66 Bands, Single sim, Model TA 1082
- 6GB ram, 128GB storage, Snapdragon 845
- 5.99 inch QHD+ OLED display, Gorilla Glass 5, In-screen fingerprint reader
- 5 rear camera lenses 12MP with f/1.8 lens, 1 front facing camera 20MP
- 3320 mah battery, Android 9 Pie
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|Sold By||—||Amazon Warehouse||CellPort USA||Amazon.com|
|Camera Description||Rear, Front||—||12.0||—|
|Screen Size||5.99 inches||5.99 inches||5.84 inches||6.3 inches|
|Item Weight||6.07 ounces||6.07 ounces||1.00 lbs||6.35 ounces|
Visible screen diagonal
6" / 16 cm
|5 star 60% (60%)||60%|
|4 star 21% (21%)||21%|
|3 star 6% (6%)||6%|
|2 star 4% (4%)||4%|
|1 star 9% (9%)||9%|
Top international reviews
Ok, I bought this knowing all about the device.
I'm a big fan of the design, I'm not into notches or curved screens, and the Nokia 9 delivers in this area without doubt. A stunning display with nothing to moan about except curved corners...could be worse!
The camera does take excellent photos, even the auto mode gives stunning and highly detailed results. Lightroom can bring things out from raw files that you might it need to worry about, but this option is a nice extra. If Nokia bring out a night mode it will be welcome, as auto mode isn't the best here - however, monochrome shots at night are surprisingly good.
Battery life is good but nothing amazing. If you use the camera heavily, it will drain as you watch though 🤔
And the fingerprint scanner... probably the most talked about issue with this device. For me, it's pretty good. It has its moments, but if you can learn pressure and the position needed, it works better than I expected, for both unlocking and within apps that allow for fingerprint security. I did have all current updates installed before setting up the scanner, so all Nokia 'fixes' were installed.
Overall, for the current price of £449, it's almost a steal. A superb set of specs for a price that finally tempted me away from my two year old Nokia 8.
A flagship feel: The screen quality, responsiveness and glass back all makes it feel even more like a flagship than my previous pixel phones did.
Vanilla Android: The experience is fast and responsive due to no bloarware or skin on top of the Android one system.
Security: Monthly security updates for 3 years. OS updates for two. (Better than I ever received on my Huawei Flagship.)
Photos: It takes a very good photo in good light. The background blur is very natural due to the 5 cameras. Low light photos are not too bad either. It does not have night sight. I did not use it when I had access to it as it changes the scene from night to almost day. And you have to keep still, so not ideal for taking photos of people.
Battery: not better or worse than similar phones. (To be honest, because it is Android one, I think it last a bit better than my previous phone.
All in all, amazing value for money. Nokia phones are (apparently) built by foxcon who were involved with apple as well. The phone feels well built and should last. I will probably not buy a flagship again. (Especially now that Google are also limiting the new OS features to the latest phones as well. More phones are offered on three year contracts in order to make them affordable but you only have a bit more than a year to enjoy the latest OS features.)
It takes great JPEGs but you get the best out of it by playing with the RAW file in Adobe Lightroom. This takes very little time but the results give my Sony RX100 III a run for its money, and in most cases the Nokia pictures have better dynamic range.
I've given on the fingerprint scanner and resent the lack of a headphone jack (hence one star removed) but love the fact that the phone has a flat screen with no notch and doesn't turn nighttime shots into daytime shots. Fashion victims beware!
I've only had the phone for ten days but am so glad I bought it (for half the price of a flagship phone from other manufacturers) and really hope that they continue to develop the technology.
So I will probably have to suffer this phone for a couple of more weeks while the 930 is repaired then I'll try and sell it or bin it!!
Other than these few things (i guess u could argue that the screen not covering the full frontal part of the phone should be added to the list but i dont care about that that much either) i think the phone feels like superb quality and i am enjoying it a lot so far, the screen quality feels very nice and to me it does feel like a high end phone. The processing power feels more than enough it doesnt slow down at all other than with the camera thing taking a bit as mentioned even when u open a few share of apps at the same time. The other thing i could mention is that it gets a bit hot under heavy duty but i wouldnt say it gets hot to the point of it being a problem, it's just noticeably warm to me.
I bought a hard plastic case for like 5 dollars and i feel like i am getting my money's worth considering i also got the phone at a discounted price.
If the price convinces you when you compare it to your other options available i do think it is a phone i could recommend unless any of the things i mentioned to you are deal breakers.
As others have said, the fingerprint reader, on the main screen, is shockingly bad. I've worked out that it works better if I pick my finger then wipe it off, so it's slightly damp and stops it sliding about. Not really hygienic.
And the final nail in the coffin is the keyboard. I type with both thumbs and it keeps changing the keyboard to the emojis setting, which is really annoying. It must be picking up my hand resting on the side of the screen or something, but it's happened a lot and it's really annoying.
To be honest, it's a huge disappointment and I feel I've wasted my money on this. It does have wireless charging, which is the only redeeming factor. Regret this purchase.