HMD is updating its line of mid-range phones with two new models sporting features that used to be flagship territory.

The Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 6.2 are both phones with 6.3 inch FHD+ displays that support HDR10, slim bezels, and a waterdrop-style notch for a selfie camera. And both have triple cameras and fingerprint sensors on the back.

But the Nokia 7.2 has a faster processor, support for more memory, and a more impressive camera system.

The Nokia 7.2 is set to go on sale in Europe later this month for €300 and up, and it’s expected to have a starting price of $349 when it comes to the United States. The Nokia 6.2 should hit the streets in October for €200 and up. There’s no word on the US pricing for that model yet.

Both smartphones feature Android One software, which means they’ll run near-stock Android and receive major OS updates for at least two years and monthly security updates for at least three.

Here are some key specs for each mode:

Nokia 7.2

  • 6.3 inch FHD+ display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor
  • 4GB or 6GB RAM
  • 64GB or 128GB storage
  • microSD card reader (up to 512GB)
  • 48MP primary camera w/Zeiss Optics + 8MP ultra-wide + 5MP depth
  • 20MP quad-pixel front camera
  • 3,500 mAh battery
  • USB 2.0 Type-C
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • 802.11ac WiFi
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • LTE Cat 6
  • NFC

Nokia 6.2

  • 6.3 inch FHD+ display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor
  • 3GB or 4GB RAM
  • 32GB/64GB/128GB storage options
  • microSD card reader (up to 512GB)
  • 16MP primary camera + 8MP ultra-wide + 5MP depth
  • 8MP front camera
  • 3,500 mAh battery
  • USB 2.0 Type-C
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • 802.11ac WiFi
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • LTE Cat 4
  • NFC

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4 replies on “Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 7.2 are mid-range phones with triple-cameras, HDR displays”

  1. In a perfect world, this is how Nokia devices would’ve progressed:

    Device: Year 2017, Year 2018, Year 2019
    Nokia 1: QSD 617 -> QSD 625 -> QSD 632
    Nokia 3: QSD 650 -> QSD 636 -> QSD 665
    Nokia 5: QSD 652 -> QSD 670 -> QSD 675
    Nokia 7: QSD 653 -> QSD 712 -> QSD 730
    Nokia 9: QSD 835 -> QSD 845 -> QSD 855
    Example: Nokia 9 -> Nokia 9.1 -> Nokia 9.2

    As for the price and specs:
    Device: USD Price, RAM, Storage, Battery, Size of 21:9, Display Quality – Device Overall
    Nokia 1: ~$150, 2GB RAM, 32GB, 2,500mAh, 5.50 inch, 720p IPS – Cheapest
    Nokia 3: ~$250, 4GB RAM, 64GB, 3,000mAh, 6.00 inch, 1080p IPS – Best Value
    Nokia 5: ~$400, 6GB RAM, 128GB, 3,500mAh, 6.50 inch, 1080p IPS – Decent
    Nokia 7: ~$500, 6GB RAM, 128GB, 4,000mAh, 7.00 inch, 1080p OLED – Decent
    Nokia 9: ~$700, 8GB RAM, 256GB, 4,500mAh, 7.50 inch, 1440p OLED – Fastest

    …but like I said, this is in an ideal/perfect world where things are as balanced as Thanos.

  2. I love my Nokia 6.1 (4GB version). I plan on using it for a couple more years. If it were to get broken for some reason it would be a difficult choice to go with the 6.2 or the 7.2 The 600 series processors have been plenty fast for me but I do want at least 4GB of RAM.

    1. While I loved my Nokia 6.1 to start, the battery life in mine has really taken a nosedive over time. That, and the whole sending personal info to China thing that happened to some Nokia phones a little while back, has me cautious of going back to HMD/Nokia.

      But those are honestly the only complaints I ever had with the phone. There’s a lot they did right.

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