The upcoming coming phone Nokia 7.2 has launch in next month. HMD Global launched the Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 7.2 at IFA 2019, bringing a host of upgrades in the camera department and other key hardware compared to their predecessors. Both the phones feature triple rear cameras housed in a large circular module, and a display with waterdrop-style notch. But how do the two new Nokia smartphone stack up against each other? Read on to find out the differences in our article comparing the Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 7.2's price, key specifications, display, cameras, processors, battery, and more.
Nokia 7.2 vs 6.2 price in India (expected
The Nokia 7.2 has been priced at EUR 349 (roughly Rs. 28,000 ) for the 6GB+64GB variant while the base 4GB+64GB variant has been priced at 299 (roughly Rs. 24,000). The Nokia 7.2 will be available in September and comes in Cyan Green, Charcoal, and Ice colour options. On the other hand, the Nokia 6.2 carries a price tag of EUR 199 (roughly Rs. 16,000) for the 3GB + 32GB variant, while the phone's 4GB + 64GB version will set buyers back by EUR 249 (roughly Rs. 20,000). It will be available in Ceramic Black and Ice colour options and is expected to hit the shelves next month. There is no word on the final India prices or the exact release date at the moment.
Nokia 7.2 vs Nokia 6.2 specifications
Both dual-SIM (Nano) Nokia 7.2 and dual-SIM (Nano) Nokia 6.2 pack a 6.3-inch full-HD+ display with HDR10 support and a waterdrop notch at the top. The display is protected by a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and its peak brightness output is claimed to be 500nits. The Nokia 7.2 is powered by the octa-core Snapdragon 660 SoC, paired with up to 6GB of RAM. The phone will be available in two variants a base 4GB RAM + 64GB storage model and a higher-end 6GB RAM+64GB storage. There is one more variant with 128GB storage in the pipeline, but the company has not detailed it yet. The Nokia 7.2 battery is 3500MAH.
- Nokia 7.2 vs Nokia 6.2: Cameras
In the imaging department, the Nokia 7.2 packs a triple rear camera setup, headlined by a 48-megapixel primary shooter with an f/1.79 aperture that relies on 4-in-1 pixel binning to take brighter photos. It is assisted by a 5-megapixel depth sensor and an 8-megapixel wide-angle sensor with an f/2.2 lens. On the front is a 20-megapixel selfie camera with an f/2.0 aperture.