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Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 7.2 Pre-orders Go Live in Kenya


After announcing Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 6.2 at IFA 2019 conference held in Berlin HDM Global, home of Nokia phones has now opened pre-orders in Kenya. Pre-orders are available in their list of partners including Jumia’s recently launched Jumia Mall.

HMD Global says they will reward those who pre-order any of the two devices. Nokia 6.2 pre-orders will be topped up with a backpack while Nokia 7.2 pre-orders will be complemented with “ward winning true wireless earbuds.”

“Everything from the ZEISS Optics, exclusive ZEISS bokeh modes and powerful AI imaging, to its breath-taking PureDisplay technology, makes the Nokia 7.2 a device that truly stands out.  The Nokia 6.2 comes with two exciting firsts: a breath-taking and immersive PureDisplay screen and a powerful AI-powered triple camera…With Nokia Smartphones it just keeps getting better,” stated Gopher Ogembo the Senior Business Manager for HMD Global.

Nokia 6.2

Nokia 6.2

Nokia 6.2 is HMD’s first triple camera setup device on the 6 series. The rear of the device features a 16 MP, f/1.8 (wide) primary camera with PDAF, an 8 MP, f/2.2, ultrawide sensor and a third 5 MP camera for depth sensing. The triple camera setup is complemented with AI capability plus the camera can also be able to shoot bokeh portraits. The selfie camera is an 8MP snapper with HDR support. Nokia 6.2 display is an Always-on-Display with support for HDR10. Read Nokia 6.2 full specifications here.

Nokia 7.2

Nokia 7.2 is Nokia’s mid-ranger with a 48MP primary camera, 8MP ultrawide lens, and a 5MP depth sensor making it a triple setup. Under the hood is Snapdragon 660 chipset aided with 4GB of RAM. The display is 6.3-inches with FHD+ resolution. Just like Nokia 6.2, the 7.2 also combines PureDisplay technology and always-on HDR to deliver great cinematic experience when binging shows. You can view the full specifications here.

Price and Availability

Nokia 6.2 will be available starting at Ksh 24,000 while Nokia 7.2 will set you back by Ksh 34,000.

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