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The already inexpensive Nokia 9 PureView gets a $100 discount on Amazon

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The already inexpensive Nokia 9 PureView gets a $100 discount on Amazon
The Nokia 9 PureView is pretty much the textbook definition of a mixed bag, sporting a truly unique array of five rear-facing cameras that... are nowhere near as impressive in real life as everyone expected. The high-end handset is also plagued by a somewhat outdated processor, a terribly messy in-display fingerprint sensor, and an unremarkable battery.

Then again, that 6-inch OLED panel with a top-notch resolution of 2880 x 1440 pixels (and no actual notch) is quite the head-turner, not to mention you get plenty of internal storage space and memory at a very competitive price point. Said price was reduced by a cool $100 during the first phase of the US pre-order period, and surprise, surprise, the same discount is back on Amazon.
Curiously enough, Best Buy still offers just $50 off the divisive phone's list price with upfront AT&T activations, while B&H Photo Video throws in a massive 10,500 mAh Mophie Encore Plus power bank for free with the full-price Nokia 9 PureView

Amazon's renewed deal brings the first Nokia-branded flagship in years well below Samsung's "affordable" Galaxy S10e again, but if money is no object, it's hard to recommend the penta-lens bad boy over a handset with only two shooters slapped to its back. That's because the dual camera setup on the S10e is far less glitchy, not to mention the faster Snapdragon 855 chipset under its hood or the significantly more reliable side-mounted fingerprint reader.

Of course, the hope is the Nokia 9 PureView will get better after a couple (more) software updates. If you're willing to take that chance, now's definitely the time to pull the trigger over on Amazon. Keep in mind that the unlocked device is fully compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile networks, but not Sprint or Verizon. 

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