HMD Global announced the Nokia 6.2 back in September, and the phone is now making its way to the US markets. It is yet unsure if it is being sold in stores as of now, but the Amazon US website lists the device for sale at a price of $249.
Interested buyers also get to choose between a Glacier Black or Ice colour option too.
For those who do not recall this unit, it is a 6.3-inch device which uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset under the hood, paired with 4GB RAM and as much as 64GB of internal storage space. Besides, the phone is bundled with a free 100GB cloud storage across all of Google Drive, Photos and Gmail which lasts three months.
Nokia released this device with the Android 9 Pie, but its Android One status means users will get both the Android 10 and Android 11, if that will come to fruition. Besides, the phone will also have as much as three years of security updates.
On the back of the Nokia 6.2 are three cameras rated at 16MP, 8MP and 5MP. The selfie unit is a singular 8MP snapper which completes the design on the front. Coming with a 3500mAh battery and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, it is one of the most basic mid-level phones with a decent enough spec sheet.
Seeing as the Amazon US market often ships to this part of the world, would you be ordering your Nokia 6.2 anytime soon?