It can also display photos like a digital photo frame while the phone is charging.
The budget Nokia 7.2 is a temptingly affordable Android One phone that offers a raft of improvements over its predecessor, the Nokia 7.1. The Nokia 7.1 was also $350 on release, but you can find it for as low as $250 now. The in-hand feel was every bit the equal of premium phones costing two to three times as much, and the Nokia 6.2 is priced at just 209 Euro. Nokia claims it's ready for the Android 10 upgrade, and that we should see it appear on the 6.2 in the coming months, although an exact release date is yet to be confirmed.
Of course, that's hard to test in a hands-on environment but the Nokia 6.2 display certainly looked detailed, vivid and bright.
It may lack the style and Zeiss Optics-enabled cameras of the more expensive Nokia 7.2, but if you're looking for a decent mid-range smartphone with a great design and high-quality display, the Nokia 6.2 is certainly worth considering. The Nokia 7.2 has a Qualcomm SDM660 Snapdragon 660 processor with 4x 2.2 GHz Kryo 260 CPU cores and 4x 1.8 GHz Kryo 260 CPU cores, as well as an Adreno 512 GPU.
The Nokia 7.2 is the more powerful version of the two, and it'll be more expensive when it launches this fall. In addition, the smartphone has an AI-based Night mode that now takes more shots and uses an image fusion technique to show the best result. It comes pre-installed with WhatsApp and Facebook for being connected, and the Google Assistant can help you accomplish everyday tasks.
The Nokia 6.2 has a Qualcomm SDM636 Snapdragon 636 SoC with 8x 1.8 GHz Kryo 260 CPU cores and an Adreno 509 GPU. The basics of the phone include a 2MP camera, a Qualcomm 205 chipset, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of internal storage, expandable by 32GB.
For photography, Nokia 6.2 sports a triple-camera setup featuring a 16-megapixel primary sensor, 8-megapixel wide-angle lens and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. On the front is also an 8MP camera. Other specifications include a 3,500mAh battery with USB Type-C and support for 10W standard charging. On the software front, Nokia 6.2 runs on Android Pie out-of-the-box.
Both phones exhibit similar design and build, with a central aluminium core and Gorilla Glass front and back, with a large, round, camera array on the rear.
When it comes to HMD's Nokia-branded feature phones, the company knows it's in a strong place.
The Nokia 800 Tough is the first rugged phone, representing a new hallmark in durability and battery life. It can withstand drops and extreme temperatures. The Nokia 800 Tough comes with a EUR109 (~RM505), and will only be available in October. There are more smart features courtesy of KaiOS, including WhatsApp and Facebook. Google Assistant support is also there.
The Nokia 110 feature phone comes a 1.77-inch QVGA coloured display. It can run these apps thanks to its KaiOS. The Nokia 6.2 will be available in Ceramic Black and Ice colors, but details and pricing are not yet announced. Like other Nokia feature phones this one also has the classic Snake game along with four try-and-buy games like Ninja Up and Airstrike.
"The Nokia 2720 Flip is not only an ideal companion for when you are looking for a digital detox, but it can be the flawless phone for keeping your loved ones with accessibility needs connected", Nokia says.
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