Nokia To Announce A New Phone Tomorrow, Supposed To Be Nokia 5.2


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HMD Global will hold a large press conference in India and Italy tomorrow. And it is expected to launch the Nokia 5.2 and Nokia 6.2 smartphones. As the names suggest, the two smartphones will be positioned at the mid-end niche. Nokia Mobile’s Indian Twitter channel has released a video of the show, revealing the design of one of the new machines. The video shows that the machine will use a water drop screen, support face recognition, and has a special Google Assistant button.

Nokia 5.2

There were different rumors saying the Nokia 6.2 will use a punch-hole screen design. This simply means that the abovementioned phone may be cheaper Nokia 5.2.

However, in the past few months, we have been getting various leaks and rumors concerning the Nokia 6.2. Specifically, the phone is expected to come with a dual-camera and post-fingerprint recognition. As mentioned above, there should be a perforated display with a size of 6.22 inches. In addition, in terms of performance, the rumor has it that the phone will be equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 632 processor, supplemented by 4GB memory.

Moreover, it was reported the Nokia 6.2 will come with an elegant design with new colors, Zoom, and night mode. HMD Global has teased a Nokia camera feature along with the caption “See things in a new light on 06 June 2019” suggesting a dedicated low-light mode similar to Samsung’s Night Mode and Google’s Night Sight feature which are all  especially beneficial for low-light photography.

A recent Google advertisement revealed the price of the Nokia 6.2. According to the ad materials, it starts at 18,999 rupees in India, 245 euros in Europe, and 275 dollars in the US. Of course, the prices of these markets should generally differ depending on taxes and exchange rates.

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