Hands-on Nokia 6.2 review, including a test of the new triple-lens rear camera, a closer look at the main specs and showing off the PureDisplay panel with HDR10 support. For an asking price of just 199 Euros, that’s a lot of clever tech – and the release date is October 2019, so we won’t have to wait long.
The Nokia 6.2’s camera is one of the only triple-lens shooters found around the sub-£200 mark, so this could be one of the best budget cameraphones of the year. Of course, more lenses doesn’t equal better photos and video. But here you get a slick new portrait mode, full night mode smarts and the ability to shoot 4K footage with spatial audio support.
Here’s hoping the stock Android OS helps to provide smooth, energy efficient running, although the Snapdragon 636 platform isn’t the nippiest around. You’re guaranteed years of OS and security updates though, while the rest of the Nokia 6.2 specs impress. That includes a 3500mAh battery and the gorgeous 6.3-inch PureDisplay screen with HDR smarts.
So are you tempted? Stay tuned for a full review of this cheap-as-chips smartphone soon!
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