In today's photo section, you can compare images taken with Nokia 9 PureView and Sony Xperia 1. Both smartphones are investing in mounting more 12-megapixel resolution sensors. The recently reviewed Xperia 1 has three sensors, while Nokia 9 PureView has five. The biggest difference, in addition to the number of lenses in itself, lies in their parameters and usage.
The Xperia wager on a proven combination that gives users an ultra-low angle of 130 degrees, the ability to use a dual telephoto lens with optical stabilization and, of course, the premier f / 1.6 ultra brightness sensor (which provides an impressive nightlife) Ography, while Nokia 9 PureView puts on nearly five identical sensors that offer the same focal length and brightness. Three of them are colored and two are monochrome. The first frame for all photos in this article (right right) is Sony Xperii 1, the second Nokia 9 PureView (left slider).
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] Test scanner was taken simultaneously with automatic adjustment. You can also see them in full quality in the gallery below (just click on the magnifying glass icon to zoom in).
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