“Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas on Twitter stated HMD World is engaged on fixing the digicam app and fingerprint scanner problems with Nokia 9 PureView”
HMD has promised to repair two points that customers of its Nokia 9 PureView are going through. The machine is at the moment obtainable within the US market and has acquired plenty of recognition from early patrons for its digicam efficiency. There are, nonetheless, just a few customers have complained in regards to the efficiency of the Nokia 9 PureView digicam app and the in-display fingerprint scanner. Now, HMD Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas has stated on Twitter the model is engaged on fixing the 2 points.
Thanks for the suggestions. Few notes:
– With extra customers on the market, we’ve seen just a few digicam crashes because of battery voltage drop when cost is low. We are going to deal with this
– Below the show FP sensor has limitations. We are going to enhance the expertise. We even have face unlock— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) March 13, 2019
Sarvikas’s feedback have been in response to the evaluate of the Nokia 9 PureView completed by Android Authority. The publication stated the digicam app doesn’t meet the expectations and that it crashes when the battery is low. Because the 5 cameras are working concurrently so a voltage drop happens, which creates poor efficiency, the evaluate stated. The evaluate additionally states that its in-display fingerprint scanner is “unusable” and that it can’t recognise fingerprint after “a half-dozen makes an attempt.”
Nokia 9 PureView is HMD World’s greatest flagship launch because it kicked off operations – it’s, after all, the primary machine with a penta-lens setup. The optical configuration of the smartphone has been developed in collaboration with Zeiss and Mild. The handset was launched at MWC 2019 and is powered by the Snapdragon 845 chipset and packs a 6GB RAM. Other than the penta-camera setup there’s a 20MP entrance digicam and a 3,320mAh battery.