In Pakistan, the Nokia 6.2 costs at Rs. 29,999. This applies to the entry-level model, which has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.
The 6.2 specifications were initially made public by the Twitter user Nokia Leaks, who also provided some crucial details regarding the impending notch-free smartphone with a punch hole. The most recent Nokia 6.2 will reportedly receive a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset, which will enable it to play nearly all games given the 4 or 6 GB of RAM it has. Nokia’s 6.2 includes speakers that enable OZO Audio and a sixteen megapixel dual camera configuration on the back with Zeiss optics. The Android One operating system for the Nokia 6.2 is still the most recent version, Android 9.0 Pie, as seen on the company’s preceding products. HMD Global now makes significant investments in R&D. The new Nokia 6.2 smartphone is the company’s second device to be sighted with an in-display camera rather than a large notch, and we all know how ugly those notches were on a Nokia device. Following the leaks of the 6.2, it now appears that every other well-known flagship on the market has chosen to embrace the new trend by using cut-out screens. In addition to the previously disclosed features, the new phone will have a glossy 6.3-inch display screen with a resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels and a punch-hole in the screen for the front selfie camera. It appears that either the new 6.2 was recorded earlier on the renders by OnLeaks or that the 8.1 Plus was never present. Or the selfie cameras on both phones’ displays will be built inside display cutouts. The 6.2 smartphone will be unveiled in late January or early February, most likely concurrently with the 9 smartphone with five cameras. As soon as we receive more information about the Nokia 6.2, we’ll keep updating our news section and share it with you. The Nokia 6.2’s battery will be a non-removable Li-ion one, but detailed information about its capacity is yet unavailable.