HMD Global’s mid budget Nokia 6.2, that premiered in IFA this year along with the Nokia 7.2, is currently available at the U.S.. The smartphone was priced at $249, making it $100 cheaper than the previously launched Nokia 7.2, that had made its way into the U.S. this September.
The Nokia 6.2 is now available from Amazon at one variant with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage. Though the Nokia 6.2 might not be best-in-class in each area, it is a good device for under $250.
The smartphone provides remarkable build quality and comes with a sizable 6.3-inch PureDisplay panel using complete HD+ resolution in addition to the capacity to upscale video articles to HDR caliber in real time.
From the camera section, the Nokia 6.2 includes a dual-camera in the rear with a 16MP main sensor. You also receive an 8MP sensor for ultra-wide shots along with also a 5MP sensor for depth-sensing.
One of the other important characteristics of this Android One smartphone comprise an 8MP selfie camera, a rear-mounted fingerprint detector, 3,500mAh battery, plus a USB Type-C port.
Being an Android One smartphone, the Nokia 6.2 is certain to find monthly security upgrades for three months and OS upgrade for a couple of months.