Buy Nokia 6.2 in Kenya for a price of 18,500 shillings. Nokia 6.2 comes with a 3500 mAh battery, 64 GB of internal storage, and a relatively large 6.3 inches display. It also has a triple 16 MP camera and 4 GB of RAM. It comes in colors Ceramic Black and Ice. Find more about this phone on the official product website.
Nokia 6.2 price in Kenya and key features
|Price||Approx KSh 18,500|
|Back Camera||16 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP|
|Front Cameras||8 MP|
Hot the heels of its race to snatch back a seat at the mid-range table. Nokia upped its offerings within this segment, releasing another exemplary mid-range, the Nokia 6.2, a very attractive mix of bells and whistles, but at a very competitive price. Let’s take a closer look. You may also want to see Nokia 7.2.
The Nokia 6.2 comes with a 6.3 inch IPS LCD touchscreen with an Infinity U design to accommodate the front-facing camera. It achieves a screen to body ratio of 82.5%, with a 400 PPI density. The screen is surprisingly HDR10 certified, with an always screen display, something we expect more from AMOLED panels. The Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protected front and back panels sandwich the plastic frame. The back host the circular triple camera set up aligned to the middle, with the fingerprint scanner just below it. In addition to the face unlocking bio-metrics.
Fully immerse yourself in your videos with PureDisplay – exclusive to Nokia smartphones. All footage is transformed, in real time, to high dynamic range (HDR), meaning more vibrant colors and a clearer picture. Plus, you can delight in every second from an impressive 6.3” Full HD+ screen – source.
The Nokia 6.2 is powered by a Snapdragon 636 chipset, paired with an octa-core up to 1.8GHz Kyro 260 CPU combo and the Adreno 509 GPU. It comes with memory configurations of 3/4GB RAM and an internal choice of 32/64/128GB. This eMMC 5.1 mass storage, also a dedicated microSDXC memory card. The performance is that of a top tier solid mid-ranger, with no visible lag and a capable handset. It handles heavier tasks like graphics-heavy gaming smoothly.
The Nokia 6.2 comes with a triple Zeiss Optics camera set up configuration. With a primary shooter of 16 mp wide-angle lens, coupled with an 8mp ultra-wide lens and a 5 mp depth sensor. The photos are great, sharp, and rich in color. The edge image detection in the portrait mode is great, and the distancing variance in bokeh is more than decent.
It doesn’t struggle with low or overexposed lighting conditions, with a whole range of modes to ensure this, including an inbuilt night mode. The cameras can shoot up to 4k video at 30fps. The cameras support HDR and panorama too. Upfront, the selfie camera is an 8 mp shooter, capable of HDR, and shoots 1080p video at 30fps. The selfies are decent and shareable.
The Nokia 6.2 is fitted with a non-removable Li-Po 3500mAh battery and it doesn’t disappoint. It is sufficient not only for the average user with a considerable juice left to spare by the end of the day but also for the power user. Often enough to get you back home. Moreover, despite having a type C port, the phone doesn’t come with fast charging which leaves us with the standard 10W charging, which to say honestly was a terrible oversight.
Nokia 6.2 software
Straight out of the box, the Nokia 6.2 comes with stock Android 9 Pie, Android One, upgradable to Android 10. The best stock Android experience outside core Goggle phones. The UI comes with zero software, which makes it super-fast, responsive, and intuitive. No unnecessary apps are hogging on the RAM and CPU, meaning this phone seems faster than its peers, just based on that simple fact. It is such an enjoyable experience and more OEMs should take note.
The Nokia 6.2 is a well thought out compromise of sorts. Despite not delivering on battery on charging, you get a powerful chipset, stock android, and HDR10 screen, and great cameras, all at a very competitive price. It comes with dual standby nano-sim and NFC support for selected markets. Can this be your device of choice?
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