The Nokia 9 PureView went beyond the current market trend of offering multiple lenses on a smartphone and debuted with incredible five rear sensors. This allows it to deliver photos up to 240 megapixels with a wealth of detail. But well, its design is quite flashy.
His body has several holes and it is impossible for his look to be beaten when someone holds it in his hands. However, this has aroused distress in some people.
Tripophobia is the name given to fear caused by geometric patterns, usually in the form of holes, irregular on a surface. It's more common than you think, and on Twitter there are several people complaining about the anxiety that the design of Nokia 9 has awakened in them.
Announced on MWC 2019, the smartphone should look good on DxOMark. Brazilians who suffer from this kind of problem should not worry that much, since HMD Global does not work in the local market. Thus, a few devices should appear in the streets, via import of those more fond of Nokia.