For China market, the company has called the Nokia X71, and for Europe – Nokia 6.2
Nokia 6.2 will be sold April 10 at the price of 388 dollars
The Finnish company HMD Global, which owns the rights to the Nokia brand, has introduced a new smartphone that is different from the other models of its line. Nokia X71 – the name given to the mobile device for the Chinese market, which is the first device company with a hole in the screen where you placed the selfie camera, like the Samsung Galaxy or Huawei S10 Nova 4. Smartphone sales will begin April 10 in the territory of China, and the fall of the device will reach Europe where it will be sold under the name Nokia 6.2.
Nokia 6.2 integrated Snapdragon 660
The front camera in the display has a 16-megapixel sensor with aperture f/2.4 and a viewing angle of 95 degrees. On the rear panel manufacturer has placed the main camera module — it is threefold and created in partnership with ZEISS, the display 48, 8 and 5 MP.
Nokia 6.2 will receive a triple major, created in partnership with ZEISS
Nokia 6.2 (Nokia X71) is set to 6.3-inch screen PureView with a resolution 2316×1080 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19.3:9. Integrated inside Snapdragon processor 660, as Xiaomi Redmi Note 7, 6 GB of RAM and flash storage to 128GB. The battery is of 3500 mAh provides up to 14 hours of continuous use devices and supports fast charging with a capacity of 18 watts. On the rear panel is a fingerprint scanner on the side — slot for dual SIM, the bottom one is the USB-C port, 3.5 mm headphone Jack and the only multimedia speaker.
Nokia 6.2 with a cut in the display under a 16 MP selfie camera
The device is running a “naked” Android 9.0 Pie.In China, the novelty will be sold April 10 at the price of 388 dollars.
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