Nokia Support recently announced that Nokia 9 will be getting dark mode along with Android 10. But apparently, the news isn’t entirely true and there has been a miscommunication of sorts. This is not the first time the people at Nokia support have messed up. However, it’s important to note that the Dark Mode feature has all the buzz right now. With the recent introduction of Dark Mode in smartphones with the newest versions of iOS and Android, the feature has already become a huge hit amongst all users with compatible devices. In such a situation, the news that Nokia 9 PureView will not be getting the feature may affect the sales. However, the phone has already gained lots of hype for its great camera, which is something that users may consider as a compromise for the dark mode.
Nokia Support’s Statement
In the earlier released screenshot of a conversation with a customer, Nokia Support had confirmed that the Nokia 9 PureView would be getting the dark mode. As seen in the screenshot, when the user asked whether the Nokia 9 PureView would get the Night mode feature, the people at Nokia Support replied that it would be included in the Android 10 update. The user further asked from whom this information was coming and the reply said it was from the Android Developers.
Official: Night mode coming to Nokia 9 PureView with update to Android 10. Congratulations!!!#nightmode #nokia9@sarvikas @stipe1906 @NokiamobBlog @dorso10 @nokia_anew @Nokiapoweruser @mordulj @NokiaMobile @teampureview @Nayan_M_ @DhingraRisha pic.twitter.com/HHq5mXuzRw
— Бобовников Александр (@bobovnikovalek) October 23, 2019
The said image had gone viral on social media and users were thrilled with the good news that they’d be getting the night mode feature on the phone.
However, a report by NokiaPowerUser said that according to trusted sources the upcoming Nokia 9 PureView would not be getting the night mode with Android 10. It’s also been reported that the phone’s “Light Technology” inside would be a problem for HMD to calibrate the Nokia 9’s camera unless it took help from Qualcomm and Light, which hasn’t happened so far.
As of yet, Nokia 7.2 and 6.2 smartphones have reviewed the dark mode update already. The two handsets were the first to get the update amongst Nokia’s entire lineup. So far, the feature has received a mixed bag of reviews online for its effect on the devices’ cameras. Meanwhile, the Nokia 9 PureView will have extreme low-light camera features that can beat its competition easily with high-resolution crisp images.
Nokia 9 PureView is also set to get the Android 10 update soon.