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Nokia 6.2 and 7.2 are official
« on: September 06, 2019, 06:23:35 AM »

This yearís IFA in Berlin might be starting tomorrow, but some companies are eager to showcase their products before the tech floodgates open. HMD Global, the company thatís been making Nokia-branded phones for the last few years, just announced not one or two, but 5 new devices! Granted, three of them aren't even smartphones, but still, a phone is a phone!

The big stars of the show are the new Nokia 6.2 and its slightly mightier sibling, the Nokia 7.2. As youíll see, the two phones are very similar, but they do have some notable differences as well. First, letís begin with the things they have in common.

Nokia 6.2 and 7.2, all the shared tech

The first thing that strikes you when looking at the two phones is that they look identical. Both have the same 6.3-inch LCD display, a 0.5-inch bump from the previous generation, now sporting a more elegant waterdrop notch. Called ďPureDisplayĒ, this new screen promises HDR quality thanks to hardware-powered upscaling algorithms called Pixelworks. It sounds great on paper but weíll have to wait until we can compare it head-to-head with real HDR-capable displays to judge how well it works in practice.

On the back, both phones have triple camera setups within a round camera bump which seems to be the latest trend in smartphone design, if leaks from other companies are to be believed. But more about the cameras later. Under the camera bump we get a standard fingerprint reader on both phones, so now fancy under-display sensors around here.

Another common feature on the outside of the devices is the dedicated Google Assistant button that debuted earlier this year on several other models. Weíre also happy to report that the 3.5mm headphone jack is still here, HMD Global gets a high-five for that one.

Under the hood, so to speak, the similarities continue. Both phones support dual SIM and have an SD card slot for expandable storage. The duo is also carrying 3500mAh batteries that charge via USB Type-C, as one might expect.


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