HMD Global launches 4 new android Nokia smartphones

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HMD Global a Finnish company that holds the exclusive rights to the Nokia brand of mobile phones has launched 4 Android smartphones. These include Nokia 9 Pureview, Nokia 4.2, Nokia 3.2, Nokia 1 Plus and Nokia 210. Apart from the phones, they have launched two new accessories that is the Nokia wireless charger and Nokia portable wireless charger.

Nokia 9 Pureview features the world’s first five camera array with Zeiss Optics. This is intended to put the next generation computational imaging technology into the hands of photography and technology enthusiasts. All the pictures taken with this phone will be in HDR with the five cameras simultaneously capturing the image and fusing it together into one 12MP photo that has outstanding dynamic range and depth of field. The PureView also features the ability to capture images in uncompressed raw “DNG” format and allows one to edit them directly on the phone thanks to a partnership with Adobe Lightroom.

Nokia 4.2 brings cutting edge design and technology, with a dedicated Google Assistant button and great imaging performance to a more accessible tier. Nokia 3.2  has a huge, segment leading display with 2-day battery life and allows one to explore the power of voice with the dedicated Google Assistant button.  Nokia 1 Plus one the other hand is a premium entry level smartphone with a big-screen, the latest Android 9 Pie (Go edition) and high-quality design. While the Nokia 210 is the most affordable internet enabled device in the offering and the latest addition to the market-leading feature phone family.

Nokia 4.2 and 3.2 comes with a dedicated Google Assistant button that is meant to enable fast access. One will need to press it only once to get instant access to the assistant to be able to get directions, make calls, listen to music as well as get your questions answered. Double pressing on the button will enable you to receive a visual overview of your day from the Google Assistant with intelligent suggestions and personalised information, including transport info, and what you have in your calendar to make sure you never miss a meeting again. By long pressing the button, you will activate a walkie-talkie mode, which lets the Google Assistant listen to you until you release it for long sentence queries.

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