Nokia X71 to be launched in India as Nokia 6.2
Nokia has been planning a launch event in India for Nokia 9 PureView and Nokia 1 plus. But, recent rumours and teasers show that they’ll have to wait, as Nokia X71 is most likely to be launched globally. The Nokia X71 was launched in Taiwan last month. What the phone is about? Let’s find out!
Specifications of Nokia 6.2
Talking about the Nokia X71, the phone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 660. It runs stock Android 9 Pie. Talking about the screen, the device features a 6.39-inch Full HD+ PureDisplay with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. The display has a punch hole on the top left corner, a first for Nokia.
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The phone is designed to be a metal glass device with 2.5D glass with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The phone retains the breathing power button seen in Nokia 6.1, which is additionally a notification light which informs you about calls and messages.
Talking about the camera, the Nokia X71 features a 48 MP primary camera with f/1.8 aperture + 8 MP ultra-wide camera with 120° range + 5 MP depth sensor. The selfie punch hole camera is a 16 MP lens with f/2.0 aperture. The battery is a modest 3500 mAH one.
Difference Between Nokia X71 and Nokia 6.2
The Nokia X71 is priced around roughly Rs.26000 in Taiwan, which is too much for a 660 processor phone. But, according to an official report, the price of Nokia 6.2 will be similar to Nokia 6.1, which had started at Rs.17000. So, what’s it gonna take to cut the price? First of all, it is reported that the screen is gonna be a 6.2 inch one and not 6.39. Additionally, the phone is expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 632, which is an upgrade over 6.1’s 630, but a downgrade from X71’s 660.
Launch of Nokia 6.2
The phone is going to launch on June 6. We are yet unclear what else is gonna launch with it, but this one has a full chance of debuting in the global market, competing with the likes of Samsung Galaxy M40, the only other punch-hole mobile in this segment.
So, what do you think about it? Let us know in the comments.