Nokia 9 PureView examen : HMD Global meilleur effort tombe désespérément…

Nokia 9 PureView examen : HMD Global meilleur effort tombe désespérément…

Nokia 9 PureView review: HMD Global’s best effort falls frustratingly short

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10 réflexions au sujet de “Nokia 9 PureView examen : HMD Global meilleur effort tombe désespérément…”

  1. on the whole a fair review. I’ve had much much better luck with the fingerprint sensor finding it slower but as reliable as a capacitive.

    thoughts on the camera are accurate as well. can be truly spectacular but often held back by software.

  2. Feels like it just went too hard on the gimmick of being a good camera that it forgot to also be a good smartphone along the way… which is disappointing because it sounds like the camera experience isn’t exactly A++ either.

  3. Well, that’s disappointing. Hopefully some of these issues could be addressed with software updates, but I wouldn’t buy this with that expectation. I understand that exhaustive testing is impossible, but these issues should have easily been picked up, and it’s quite sad that Nokia either didn’t have the comptentance to pick them up or picked them up and decided to ship anyway without any fixes.

    Maybe, a company with better software clout, could implement a similar camera system more successfully.

  4. This launch gives me flashbacks of the Essential Phone’s:

    – Premium price

    – Stock Android

    – Buggy launch software

    – Some bad hardware choices (in-screen fp reader)

    – Bad camera experience

    – No headphone jack

    Can’t see this going well…

    At least HMD has a slew of other competent cheaper phones.

  5. Honestly although I really want to like this phone and so may be biased, I don’t think a review that complains largely about software issues based on pre-release software and a Day One update is one to worry about really. Updates happen, things get better (usually). I would be way more concerned if it is hardware issues.

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