Published: Sun, January 13, 2019
Industry | By Dora Warner

Rumor: Nokia 6.2 with a punch-hole display & Snapdragon 632 coming soon

Rumor: Nokia 6.2 with a punch-hole display & Snapdragon 632 coming soon

From the renders, the Nokia 8.1 Plus features large display with a cut-out notch containing the selfie camera on the top-left corner. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 632 processor and will come in 4GB RAM and 6GB RAM variants. At least one of the rear shooters will be equipped with a 16-megapixel sensor, and like other products from HMD Global, the rear cameras will feature lenses from ZEISS Optics. The new smartphone will be landed in a mid-range category.

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It measures 20 feet high and 65 feet wide, displaying images of curves of the desert, waterfalls, ocean and light. It will also be Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit enabled, like other 2019 LG TVs.

The phone will launch in China first just like its predecessors and is expected to arrive by the end of January or early February. Furthermore, there is no information provided about the pricing of the device. It might be the Nokia 8.1 Plus, though the Nokia 9 PureView getting a new design treatment would have been a better choice. Yes, the latest version of Android is available for Nokia 8 Sirocco. Earlier today renders of the Nokia 8.1 Plus surfaced online, and now, tipster going by name- Nokia_Leaks suggests the Nokia 6.2 will also have a hole punch camera. On the front, the handset offers a 5MP camera with f/2.0 aperture including the ability to capture FHD videos at 30fps. The back also features Nokia's branding along with Android One logo, which means that the Nokia 8.1 Plus will be an Android Go device. The display will measure 6.22-inch in size, similar to the upcoming Motorola P40 that will also have the punch-hole display. These functionalities include the "Bothies" feature and the "Dual-Sight" mode.

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All eyes and ears may be on the ever elusive Nokia 9 and its penta-lens camera but it isn't the only controversial one HMD Global may have in store.

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If you are looking at buying the Nokia 6.1 Plus, it has now become easier than ever before to get your hands on it.

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