The Nokia 9 PureView launched earlier this year with a unique camera – a 5 module setup by Light, which relies on computational photography to boost image quality beyond what’s possible with a single camera. That was the promise anyway, the actual results were disappointing – save for the bokeh rendering, which was much better than what the iPhone XS could deliver.

DxOMark just published its review of the PureView camera and the results aren’t good – the overall score of 85 matches the three year old iPhone 7 and barely edges out the Nokia 8 Sirocco.

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