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4GB RAM | 128GB ROM
6.3 Inches Display
Triple 16 + 8 + 5 MP Main Camera | 8 MP Front Camera
Octa-Core (1.8 Ghz Kyro 260) Processor
Nokia is back with a bang! The Finnish giant has released a wide range of smartphones which are expected to compete with the phones which fall into the same price range or have almost the same specifications. The Nokia 6.2 was released back in September 2019 and Nokia has had some luck in convincing their old customers to buy their new smartphones. No doubt, a beautiful phone packed with features, there are some flaws that have been highlighted below.
The Nokia 6.2 has a 6.3 inches IPS LCD with a comparatively weak glass protection of Corning Gorilla Glass 3. It has a resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels and a pixel density of 400 PPI which is pretty good. Like the Samsung smartphones, the new Nokia smartphones also have Always-on Display, which is like a screensaver. Surprisingly, the screen has HDR10 which means colors will be brighter and clearer. The phone comes in three different storage space options; 3GB 32GB, 4GB 64GB & 4GB 128GB. An external microSD can also be added, the phone supports up to 512GB.
Three primary cameras to stay competitive and a below average front camera. Most reviewers of the phone have said that the 8 MP camera is very low-quality selfies. In short, it’s absolutely terrible. Though the primary camera doesn’t exactly take breathtaking pictures, it’s still a good camera given its price. There’s also an option to take photos from an ultrawide angle. The phone runs on Android 9.0 and the UI is the Android One. The Snapdragon 636 is considered as an outdated chipset, which is probably why the phone is dirt cheap.
With a 3,500 mAh battery, one would expect it to charge fast as well. But that’s not the case. The phone takes approximately 2 hours to charge, thanks to the slow as hell 10W charging. The 6.2 comes in three colors; Black, Ceramic & Ice. To summarize everything mentioned above, the 6.2 is a phone with a terrible front camera, below average specifications and it takes way too long to charge. Not anyone’s first choice, clearly. But as a secondary phone, it’s still an okay-ish phone. Nokia may be back in the market but they’ve still got a lot of work to do.
|Option||4 GB | 128 GB|
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|Return Policy||3 Day Return and Exchange|