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 The touch response of the screen is good; the processor is a little outdated as its using the Snapdragon 636 chip that doesn\'t improve the overall performance of the phone.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.