The Nokia 9 Pureview was launched amid much fanfare at MWC 2019. The smartphone with a penta-camera setup at the back is the first of its kind, and is yet to launch in India, but has gone on sale in international markets. In fact, it has even received a $100 discount in the US, getting its price down to $599 (Rs 41,858). In international markets, the Nokia 9 PureView’s price cut is seen as a sign of the company making up for a series of software bugs in the device, especially pertaining to the in-display fingerprint sensor. Multiple testers reported that the optical fingerprint sensor on the Nokia 9 PureView fails to unlock with each attempt and even unlocks with unregistered fingerprints.

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