Surely the Nokia 9 PureView is being one of the most mobile phones that are being asked in recent years. For much of 2017 there was a lot of talk about him and he never came. Now it is closer than ever, and the processor of the Nokia 9 PureView has been confirmed, which will be “something” disappointing.
Undoubtedly the most striking aspect of this awaited Nokia 9 PureView is its camera, which for months we have known that it will be the first on the market with five lenses, something that will undoubtedly give a very sharp personality to the terminal in front of its competitors .
The Nokia 9 PureView processor will be “disappointing”
We can see the disappointing fact because it is true that the processor that has now been confirmed for the Nokia 9 PureView is now the most powerful one that the Android range caps count on, but surely it will not be like that when this Nokia is launched. 9 PureView. It was thanks to the analysis of the metadata of the update to Android 9 via OTA of Nokia mobile phones, which has unveiled the Nokia 9 PureView processor. This will be a Snapdragon 845 , something that has certainly annoyed us.
Evidently if this leak had occurred last December, in 2017, it would have been excellent news, since by then the processor had just been presented. However now the trend is the opposite, because the new Snapdragon 855 is expected to be the processor of the top-of-the-line phones that arrive from now on. Therefore, it is somewhat disappointing that the Nokia 9 PureView processor is the Snapdragon 845 and not the 855 . And it seems that this condition is due to the continuous delays that the brand has had in recent months with this terminal.
It is clear that the idea of Nokia was to launch this Nokia 9 before, with the processor for this model fully in force, but those delays leave this model in a compromised position , which will have to focus all its value on the Penta camera in its rear. Remember that it is not the first time that Nokia does this, since at the beginning of this year the firm launched the Nokia 8 Sirocco , the top of the range at the time, and that came to market with the Snapdragon 835, at the time that the first mobiles with Snapdragon 845 were showing up. And it seems that the play is repeated again, something inexplicable when the HMD Global has stressed that despite the good sales of their phones, they need that the high-end have more prominence in these , which is not happening now, and since then with decisions of this kind will hardly happen.