Nokia 6.2 is now available in US, offering triple camera, pure Android for $250

Nokia 6.2 home screen

HMD’s Nokia phones aren’t quite as impressive as Xiaomi and Realme‘s devices in theory, but they go a long way towards filling the budget phone gap in the US. 

Now, the brand has quietly put the Nokia 6.2 on sale in the US (h/t: Android Police), coming in at $250 via Amazon. And you’re getting a solid device when looking at the spec sheet.

The Nokia 6.2 packs a somewhat old but still decent Snapdragon 636 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of expandable storage. HMD’s phone also follows the triple camera trend, delivering a 16MP primary sensor, 8MP ultra-wide camera, and 5MP depth sensor. Switch to the front and you’ve got an 8MP selfie camera in a waterdrop notch. 

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Other key features include a 3.5mm port, a 3,500mAh battery, NFC, and a Google Assistant button.

One of the biggest reasons to get a Nokia-branded smartphone is the software support, and the Nokia 6.2 doesn’t disappoint here. The device packs a stock take on Android thanks to its Android One support. This means two years of major Android updates and three years of security updates for peace of mind. 

Like the idea of getting the Nokia 6.2? Then you can simply hit the button below to visit the Amazon store listing.


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