The handset was released recently – Nokia launched it towards the end of 2019. It’s pretty big. Its screen stretches 6.3 inches across.
You’re looking at a thin device, its dimensions are 159.9 mm x 75.1 mm x 8.3 mm.
The 6.2 has some weight to it. This makes it feel more expensive – it is 180 grams. Holding it in your hands, you might think that it was expensive. Not just because of its weight, but because of the Gorilla Glass it has.
Looking across its sides, you’ll see a 3.5 mm headphone jack. More expensive mobiles these days have been coming without the port. Its presence is refreshing. There are a MicroSD slot and a fingerprint sensor which is underneath its camera and unlocks in the blink of an eye.
Let’s talk about its screen. It houses an IPS LCD panel. Because of this, it doesn’t produce the most vibrant colours. However, there is barely any bezel action going on. Its screen-to-body ratio is 82.5%.
It comes with great sharpness. How do you feel about a 1080 x 2280-pixel resolution?
Just like with its back, Gorilla Glass 3 is on its front; it can handle scratches.
The chipset housed is the Snapdragon 636. It’s a processor fit for a higher-end mid-ranger. The 6.2 comes with a lot of RAM and ROM, which makes moving through its systems a dream. You can pick it up with either 32, 64, or 128 GB of space, and 3 or 4 GB of RAM.
The storage options will handle whatever files you want. That’s why we appreciate that you can upgrade its storage.
What about its OS? It runs Android 9 out of the box. You can upgrade it to Android 10, though. Android 11 is just around the corner. There are no talks about it receiving the update currently.
Being so thin, it shouldn’t surprise you that it doesn’t have a large battery. The one inside it is 3500 mAh. Expect the mobile to last a little over a day. Of course, you can prolong its battery life longer with its power-saving modes.
To charge it, you’ll be using a USB-C port. A 10 W regular charger would have to be placed. Unfortunately, this causes it to take longer to charge; it goes from 0-100% in 2 hours.
Camera-wise, there is a triple set-up on its rear. It consists of a 16 MP wide lens, an 8 MP ultrawide secondary lens, and a 5 MP depth sensor. The shots taken are more than decent. On its front, an 8 MP regular shooter is available.
How much does it cost? You can pick the unit up for around Rs.40,900 islandwide.