The rear panel, which will likely be made up of glass, will see Zeiss-branded dual cameras vertically placed just above the fingerprint sensor. Like its predecessors, the Nokia 6.2 will also be launched in China first, followed by the global launch at a later date, could be at the Mobile World Congress 2019. Apparently, there will be no top-notch design on the new Nokia 8.1 phone, instead the company will be using the same punch-hole camera design on the phone. Unlike the flagship Nokia 8 from 2017, this is a mid-range smartphone that promises to offer a flagship experience. Reliable and sturdy devices has kept the Nokia brand going.
Similarly, the Nokia 6.1 Plus is retailing for as low as INR 14,999.More news: Routine food inspections halted by US government shutdown
In Malaysia, the Nokia 8.1 is officially priced at RM1,699 and it will be on sale starting 18 January 2019 with a single Blue/Silver colour option. In my Nokia 8.1 review, I take a look at a dual camera Nokia phone with Android Pie on board. The renders (and video) show a slim bezel design with a camera hole in the upper left corner of the device. Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, the Nokia 8 Sirocco sports 6GB RAM, 5MP front camera and 128GB inbuilt storage. OZO Sound uses algorithms and the phone's microphones to capture 360-degree spatial sound. With V4.120, the Android Pie update includes new system navigation, refreshed settings menu and notifications.
Besides this, we don't have any information related to Nokia 6.2.More news: Paris bakery blast causes multiple injuries
Nokia has been pretty silent in the smartphone world for a while - other than the leaks to the imminent release of the Nokia 9 PureView, of course.More news: MP throws up while holding dead fish