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Nokia with new Android One smartphones: Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 7.2

Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 7.2 IFA 2019
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As part of a press conference at IFA 2019, Nokia presented new smartphones with Android One. The two new models are called Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 7.2. Probably the biggest upgrade got the Nokia 7.2.

Before the two new models were presented, they proudly mentioned how good they are with the updates. The entire smartphone portfolio from Nokia will soon be updated to Android 10. We have exactly which models these are in this article already summarized for you. Now let's take a look at the two new smartphones.

Nokia 6.2

Nokia 6.2 IFA 2019

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The first innovation is the Nokia 6.2. This comes with a 6,2 inch FHD+ display in 5:9 format, with a notch and a so-called "PureView" screen. This means that there are very thin edges - but in 2019 it has already become good as standard. With the so-called "Adaptive Display", the colors of the display automatically adapt to the environment. In addition, an extra displayProzessor automatically converts SDR content to HDR. The technical equipment is a solid Snapdragon 636 Proprocessor, together with 3 or 4 GB of RAM.

On the back we find a fingerprint sensor and a triple camera with 16 MP, 5 MP depth sensor and 8 MP 180 degree wide-angle lens. The front camera has a resolution of 8 megapixels. The battery has a capacity of 3.500 mAh - there is no wireless charging and fast charging.

The software is based on Android One with Android 9 - the upgrade to Android 10 will follow shortly. As an innovation, there is also a separate Google Assistant button on the housing. If you click this, you start the Google Assistant.

The Nokia 6.2 will be available in black and "Ice" from October for 199 euros.

Nokia 7.2

Nokia 7.2 IFA 2019

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The second smartphone with Android was the Nokia 7.2. This is the direct successor of the Nokia 7.1 - with the camera of the Nokia 9 PureView. Let's start with the display - this is 6.3 inches and dissolves in FHD +. Like the Nokia 6.2, this one comes with “PureView” - a lot of content with little bezel. The "Adaptive Display" is also available here. The conversion from SDR to HDR is also done automatically.

The fingerprint sensor is also located on the back of the Nokia 7.2 – under the camera. The Zeiss triple camera resolves with 48 MP, 5 MP depth sensor, 8 MP wide angle. The front camera has a resolution of 20 megapixels. With the special low light mode, super pictures are supposed to be taken in the dark - here, 6 photos are said to be combined into one. At the Prozessor is based on a Snapdragon 660, together with 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM. The battery also has a capacity of 3.500 mAh – there is no wireless charging or fast charging here either.

On top of it, as an extra, there is also an assistant button and the "Assistant Ambient Mode" - the Google Assistant then constantly listens on the lock screen and can be controlled directly from there.

The Nokia 7.2 should be available from us from the end of September for a price of 299 euros in the colors Green, Ice and Coal.

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