Nokia is preparing to unveil new devices in that of Milan. According to some rumors, it should be the occasion to present two new mid-range
In less than a week, precisely on June 6 in Milan, Nokia could present to the public its new mid-range smartphones Nokia 5.2 and Nokia 6.2. That is, the successors, respectively, of the Nokia 5.1 and Nokia 6.1 both presented last year that, in turn, were the successors of the first models of the 5 and 6 series launched in 2017.
The same Nokia, since 2014 owned by the Finnish HMD Global, announced through its official Twitter account the appointment of June 6, but without specifying what will be presented. Nokia has limited itself to launch the slogan "Look at things in a new light", but everyone expects the company to present precisely the two new mid-range devices. Further confirming this possibility we find the presentation in India of the Nokia X71, which, according to some analysts, will be identical to the Nokia 6.2. However, this last hypothesis is all to be confirmed because the technical specifications of the Nokia X71 are quite different from the first leaks related to the 6.2.
How will be the Nokia 5.2 and 6.2
At the moment we only have rumors about both the Nokia 5.2 and Nokia 6.2. They should have the typical features of the current mid-range devices. According to a January tweet by leaker Nokia_Leaks, for example, the 6.2 will mount a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 SoC, flanked by 4 or 6 GB of RAM, will have a 6.2-inch screen with a hole in the top right corner to accommodate the front camera and, at the rear, will mount two lenses (one of which is 16 MP with Zeiss optics). Finally, the 6.2 should feature the fingerprint sensor on the back and Nokia's OZO technology for 3D audio. On the other hand, if the 6.2 were to be the European version of the Indian X71, then it would feature a 6.4-inch display (1080×2316 pixels for 400 ppi), Snapdragon 660 with Adreno 510 GPU, 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of internal storage and most importantly a 48 MP + 5 MP + 8 MP rear camera department and a 16 MP front-facing camera.
Of the 5.2, however, even less is known at the moment: there are many who believe that it is simply a Nokia 6.2 with a smaller screen and reduced memory and RAM cuts. Also unknown are the launch prices for the European market: the current Nokia 5.1 and 6.1 are on the market today at a price of 115 euros and 160 euros respectively, but at launch they cost about twice as much.