Nokia 6.2

Nokia 6.2 gets Android 10 update in India

HMD Global launched the Nokia 6.2 smartphone in India last year with Android 9. Now, 6 months after the launch, the company has rolled out Android 10 updates for this smartphone. The company has also released the march 2020 security patch for the phone. Nokia 6.2 is not the first smartphone to be updated with Android 10. Earlier, the company had released android 10 updates for Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 8.1, Nokia 7.2, Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 7.1, Nokia 6.1, Nokia 6.1, Nokia 4.2, and Nokia 3.2 in addition to the Nokia 2.3 smartphone launched this year.

Nokia’s community page suggests that the company will release the Android 10 update for Nokia 6.2 in some countries in the first phase. These include Bahrain, Bangladesh, Finland, France, Belgium, Iceland, Malaysia, Mongolia, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Nepal, Netherlands, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine, and Yemen, etc. In the next phase, the company will provide Android 10 updates to Nokia 6.2 in other countries.

Talking about the Android 10 update on Nokia 6.2, the company has not shared the features under it. But after the new update, the phone will have features such as dark mode smart reply, gesture navigation as well as privacy and location control. In addition, the phone will be more secure than ever after the March 2020 security patch update.

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The Nokia 6.2 is priced at Rs 13,168 in the Indian market. It has a 6.3-inch Full HD+ display coated with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. This phone works on Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor and has a triple rear camera. The phone has a 16MP primary sensor, 5MP depth sensor, and 8MP ultra-wide lens. The front camera is 8MP.

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