As I mentioned in our earlier hands-on, the Nokia 9 produces realistic, almost flat colors. While that gives you considerably more latitude to play around in post, that does also mean photos captured with the phone don't look as immediately thrilling as those shot with, say, a Galaxy S10. It's an important difference in philosophy to keep in mind if you're thinking of splurging on this phone -- Nokia wasn't kidding when it said the PureView was a phone meant for photographers. We'll still need time to test the phone further, but I think it's safe to say that for people looking for a no-fuss camera that takes amazing stills, the Pixel 3 is the Android phone to beat. If you love the process of taking photos and turning them into something reflective of your vision, well, the Nokia 9 is more your speed.