Today, at the IFA 2019 in Berlin, Nokia unveiled two new Android phones named Nokia 7.2 & Nokia 6.2. As the names suggest, these are the successors to the Nokia 7.1 & Nokia 6.1 which launched last year. Like all Nokia phones, both are Android One devices & feature a premium design. This time, Nokia went for a circular camera setup design on both the phones.
Both the phones feature a similar design with Gorilla Glass on the front & the back. There is a circular camera module on the rear of both the phones that features triple cameras & the LED flash. The fingerprint scanner is also there on the back.
On the front, there is a display with a waterdrop notch & a big bottom bezel that has “Nokia” branding. Both the phones also feature a dedicated button for Google Assitant.
Both the phones have USB Type-C port & a headphone jack, so there is no compromise in terms of the I/O. Both phones feature a 6.3-inch Full-HD+ PureDisplay which means the display can convert SD to HDR & is HDR10-enabled. While the Nokia 7.2 features Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SOC, the Nokia 6.2 features Snapdragon 636.
This is weird since the Nokia 6.1 Plus has the same SOC as 6.2. Moreover, the last year’s Nokia 7 Plus has the same Snapdragon 660 SOC as 7.2. Nokia 7.2 has 4/6GB RAM & 64/128GB internal storage while Nokia 6.2 features 3/4/6GB RAM & 32/64/128GB storage. Both phones support microSD card up to 512GB.
While both phones have triple rear cameras, there is a difference in the camera specs. The Nokia 7.2 has a primary 48 Megapixel primary rear camera, a secondary 8MP wide-angle camera with 118-degree FOV, & a third 5MP Depth sensor. The Nokia 6.2 has a primary 16MP camera, a secondary 8MP wide-angle camera with 118-degree FOV & a third 5MP depth sensor.
On the front, 7.2 has a 20MP camera whereas the 6.2 gets an 8MP camera.
Both phones have a 3,500mAh battery & support 5V/2A charging.