As rumoured, Nokia has announced two new mid-range smartphones at IFA 2019. Nokia 6.2 and 7.2 will be replacing their predecessors and will be available later this year.
Talking about the specs of the devices, Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 7.2 come with a 6.3-inch FHD+ panel with a teardrop notch that features Nokia’s “PureDisplay” technology. The back houses the rear camera and the fingerprint scanner. The rear camera is one place where Nokia 7.2 has a huge advantage. Nokia 6.2 has a 16-MP main camera, a 118-degree wide-angle lens at 8-MP, and a depth sensor for portrait mode shots.
The Nokia 7.2 also offers a triple-camera system, but has a half-inch sensor for a 48-MP main camera, along with the same 8-MP 118-degree wide-angle lens and 5-MP depth sensor. Nokia is also partnering with Zeiss for the 7.2 to mimic specific bokeh effects from Zeiss lenses which relies on the software, with three different Zeiss bokeh modes.
Nokia has gone with Qualcomm for both the devices, however, Nokia 6.2 comes with a Snapdragon 636 SoC which is weaker compared to the Snapdragon 660 on the Nokia 7.2. Both the devices will offer a 4GB of RAM and a 3,500mAh battery. Nokia has also added a dedicated Google Assistant button to both the devices.
The Nokia 6.2 will be available for 209 euros. It’ll also come to the US, but price and release dates have yet to be confirmed. The Nokia 7.2 will cost $349 and it will be available by the end of September.