Because one, two, three, or even four cameras isn’t enough, Nokia has announced a new PureView phone that boasts five rear sensors: “ZEISS optics on the back, two of which are RGB and the other three – monochrome.” These work in unison, capturing lighting, detail, and color data to stitch a 12MP image. “According to HMD, taking a single photo results in at least 60 MP of imaging data being processed.” This is made possible with a dedicated image co-processor, which helps out with the heavy task. Every picture is HDR, can have up to 12.4 stops of dynamic range, and ends up with a full scene 12 MP depth map. Yes, this means that you will be able to use a depth editor to specifically adjust bokeh effects after the photo has already been taken. It'll even allow you to tweak colors and contrast between different depth fields. And yes, it can shoot RAW.