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nokia 5.2

 

Nokia has done a great job in the middle-range smartphone that feels premium while retaining a great software experience. The next upcoming smartphone could be the Nokia 5.2 - also codenamed as "Captain America". The phone is likely to be launched as the Nokia 5.2 and is tipped to be priced at $180. HMD Global began sending out invites to its MWC 2020 event last week, confirming its plan of unveiling new phones at the event. While the company hasn't provided any details on the products that it will be launching at the upcoming event. The ever-reliable tipsters Evan Blass has shared two images of Nokia 5.1 and Nokia 5.2.


The phone will be released with a waterdrop notch display. The phone features a quad-camera setup that looks similar to a circular module. The design is inspired by the Marvel superhero's shield. The rest of the phone's specs may include 6GB of RAM and 64GB storage. The device may come up with a display size of a 6.0-inch full HD+ resolution and a 19:9 ratio. The phone will be using Android Pie out of the box. For audio, it uses a 3.5 mm headphone jack. As per leaks, the phone may have a 3,500mAh battery. It is expected to be released in Barcelona, Spain on February 23.


Nokia 5.2 is a solid device on a budget that does nearly everything a regular phone user needs. It offers a clean Android experience. Nokia users can enjoy up to two major OS upgrades and timely security patches and updates for up to three years. The phone will be powered by the Qualcomm snapdragon 665 octa-core processor. The device has a 16MP front camera for selfie images. Although the phone is being launched in 2020, to keep the phone inexpensive, it doesn't have support for 5G connectivity. For security, the phone has a face unlock and fingerprint sensor.


Nokia 8.2

 

Nokia Mobile is sending official invitations for the upcoming launch of new Nokia devices. The press release suggests that the event is scheduled, as always, a day before the start of Mobile world congress 2020 in Barcelona. On 23rd February, it started at 16:00 Barcelona time, new Nokia devices will be announced.


According to the different leaks, users can expect to see 5 different Nokia devices including 3 smartphones and 2 feature phones. A 5G Nokia 8.2, Nokia 5.2, Nokia 1.3, and a new device called Nokia 400 4G will be released.Nokia 8.2 is a 5G device but has a price tag that may attract even price-conscious users. The Nokia 82. Could hit the market with a price tag for less than 500 euro. Some of the cheapest 5G devices on the market right now are the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, Samsung Galaxy A90 but have a higher price than 500 euro.

Nokia 8.2 is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 765 and chipset designed to bring 5G connectivity to the users.
It should be paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage at least to support the 5G network. The design has very minimal bezels and uses a pop-up camera with the 64-megapixel lens for the selfies. The phone will have a physical fingerprint scanner at the back of the device and there will be a headphone jack as well. The leaks suggest that the Nokia 8.2 might have a 3,500mAh battery that may not be enough for heavy-users considering the large display and extra battery drain requirements due to 5G connectivity.


Nokia 9 PureView

 

The Nokia 9 PureView didn't do well on the sales charts. The devices offered a lot, with Nokia created hype around its ambitious 5 camera setup that could collect up to 10 times more light than a single smartphone camera color sensor. Although, the company couldn't execute it well, with its light and Zeiss co-engineered camera technology couldn't live up to the consumer's expectations. The NPU claimed that Nokia canned its partnership with light and the 9.1 PureView and currently focusing on the 9.2 PureView instead.


NPU states that the phone will be released in the first quarter of 2020. Nokia's collaboration with the German optics manufacturer, ZEISS, is almost certain to continue for the next device but the device won't be using the fancy camera technology that was in the Nokia 9. This didn't come as a surprise that the phone will be leaving out the technology in favor of a more conventional approach. The Nokia 9 uses complex image processing and algorithms to capture a single shot from five cameras. But this year, the Nokia 9.2 will be using the conventional Toshiba lenses. The front-camera might feature a 32-megapixel sensor.


As per the rumor, the 9.2 PureView will feature the latest Snapdragon 865 chipset, along with a large primary camera at the rear side. The company delayed the release of the phone to use the upgraded SoC, which means we won't be having the Nokia 9.2 until the autumn. We hope that the Nokia will release its new flagship smartphone at the MWC 2020 next month, given that HMD Global used the Barcelona event to launch the Nokia 9 PureViewlast year. With the conventional camera technology, we could see this device around the $600 price mark alongside wireless charging and headphone jac. That's around the same price its predecessor was last year.


nokia 6.2

 

We are living in a time when phones cost around $1000 now, Nokia has launched a phone that cost only $250 and it is far better for its price. The latest one-powered budget device brings a sharp device to the smartphone competition, and it manages to win some pride due to its premium design and features. Nokia 6.2 is a modern, solid, budget phone that gets the job done. So what are you getting when buying a $250 phone?


The Nokia 6.2 looks similar to the Nokia 7.2 that costs $350. The Nokia 6.2 is less powerful than that, with less inspiring camera results, but still, it is hard to not like it for providing the specs at this price bracket. The device has rather a big 6.3-inch screen and 1080 resolution. It is a lovely phone with saturated colors; decent viewing angles; and an HDR rating. The touch response of the screen is good; the processor is a little outdated as its using the Snapdragon 636 chip that doesn\'t improve the overall performance of the phone. The brightness levels are good enough.

 

It has a power button on the side, while the left side has a dedicated key for Google Assistant that most of the Nokia now equipped with. The phone is powered by a 3500mAh batter that is good enough for medium use to survive a full day. The phone runs Android 9 Pie out of the box with UI similar to any Pixel phone. It has already received two security updates, going from November to December 2019. The phone has three rear cameras. The primary camera has a 16MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle, and a dedicated depth sensor. The phone comes with an 8MP front camera which isn\'t good enough to click a sharp selfie. I wouldn\'t recommend the phone if you are into selfies. The other drawback is the slow 10W charging that almost takes two hours to fully charge the phone.

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Nokia 6.2

 

Nokia 6.2 isn\'t a mid-range smartphone but if you are looking for an outstanding visual experience with a powerful processor, three rear cameras, and a big battery. This is the phone for you. It is not easy to compete with Nokia when it comes to delivering a powerful phone at an unbeatable price. The Nokia 6.2 has a premium glass structure, a strong polycarbonate frame, and a large 6.3-inch display panel to showcase all of your apps, games, and movies. The Full HD+ resolution means all of your content is nice and sharp, but the real deal is its support for HDR. Not only can it play native HDR content, but it can also convert the SDR movies into HDR once for a more vibrant visual treat.


For photography, the camera has a triple camera system - primary camera 16MP, an ultra-wide camera of 8MP, and a 5MP depth camera to help with portrait images. The camera isn\'t of much high-quality compared to the recent camera system offered by premium phones but it is good enough to keep you clicking and sharing with your friends.


Nokia 6.2 offers much powerful hardware. You will find a snapdragon 636 processing chip, a 4GB of RAM, and a 3500 mAh battery for all day use. The storage is available in 64GB but can be expanded up to 512GB. There is also an NFC chip for Google Pay, a dedicated Google Assistant button, and a clean build of Andriod 9 Pie. The phone comes with Android 9 Pie out of the box with Android one on the top. For charging it has USB-C port. The Nokia 6.2 isn\'t an expensive device, but if you want something cheaper, the Nokia 4.2 could be a solid alternative. Compared to the Nokia 6.2, it offers a low resolution, less RAM, and smaller battery but works well if you are a light user.

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