Nokia 6.2 is a cheaper alternative to Nokia 7.2. It has the same large screen with HDR10 support and triple camera settings, but it is more affordable due to chipset and selfie camera.
The Nokia 6.2 is a nice-looking glass phone with a 6.3 “PureDisplay, which means a 1080p + resolution IPS LCD screen with HDR10 support.
Nokia 6.2 Features
It has an 8MP selfies trigger inside its drop-shaped notch, while that the triple camera on the back is similar to the regular / ultra wide / deep combo of the Nokia 7., although the primary sensor has changed.T
The battery remains equal to 3,500 mAh capacity, and also the operating system. 9 Pie and the phone is part of the Android One program that means UI in search of actions and a relatively fast path for updates.
The Snapdragon 636 chipset is probably the biggest disappointment in the Nokia 6.2, replacing the 660 model we saw in the Nokia 7.2, it is not ideal, but it is still quite powerful.
The 636 SoC is based on a previous manufacturing process and was already weak when it came out two years ago, so we are not too optimistic.
Nokia 6.2 specifications
Body: Gorilla Glass 3 front and back; Black ceramic or ice color schemes.
Display: 6.3 “FullHD + LCD, PureDisplay, water drop notch, HDR10.
Chipset: Snapdragon 636 (14nm): Octa core CPI – 4×1.8 GHz Kryo 260 Gold and 4×1.6 GHz Kryo 260 Silver; Adreno 509 GPU.
Memory: 3 / 4GB RAM, 32/64 / 128GB of storage, dedicated microSD slot.
SO: Android 9.0 Pie; Android One
Rear camera: Main: 16MP, f / 1.8. Ultra wide: 8MP, f / 2.2, FoV 118 degrees. Depth sensor: 5MP. LED flash
Front camera: 8MP, f / 2.0.
Battery: 3,500mAh, 5V / 2A charge.
Miscellaneous: USB-C, 3.5 mm connector, fingerprint sensor mounted on the back, 2 microphones, FM radio, Google Assistant button, notification LED on the power key.
The Nokia 6.2 looks great despite the concerns of Snapdragon 636 and we are more than happy to give it a fair fighting chance.
Nokia 6.2 Unboxing
The Nokia 6.2 comes in a fairly large paper box and its package contains a 10 W charger, a USB-C cable and economical-looking plastic headphones with a microphone.