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Alleged Nokia 6.2 leak suggests SD632, in-display camera hole

10 January 2019 2

It is a new year which means it is time when we will get to hear about new Nokia smartphones. One such phone is Nokia 6.2 which has just surfaced in a new leak. The leak mentions that it will be a mid-range offering like the currently available Nokia 6.1 but it will be embracing the modern trend of in-display camera hole.

The leak is coming from Twitter via @LeaksNokia claiming that the Nokia 6.2 will be sporting a 6.2-inch display. It will be featuring a punch hole to house the selfie camera which will eliminate the need of adding a notch. This will allow Nokia to offer a higher viewing area to users. Under the hood, it is said to feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

In the camera department, there will be a dual rear camera setup with 16-megapixel Zeiss sensor. There will be OZO audio support for a better audio experience. The tipster mentions that the Nokia 6.2 will make its debut in China followed by the expansion to other parts of the world.

In other news, the Nokia 8.1 Plus is another smartphone from the company reported to feature an in-display camera. It seems like HMD Global is committed to this new approach of offering higher viewing area without having to go for a notch. We will be sharing more details about both phones as they will surface online.


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