HMD World has confirmed that it’s going to host a pre-IFA 2019 occasion on September 5 in Berlin. That is the corporate’s first IFA presence, and the firm is rumoured to launch a few telephones on the time. A contemporary report means that HMD World might launch the Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 7.2 on the occasion, and even unveil options telephones like Nokia 110 (2019) and Nokia 2720 (2019). In fact, all of that is hypothesis at this level in time, and nothing ought to be taken for sure.
HMD World’s Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas took to Twitter to announce the corporate’s presence at IFA 2019. The corporate shall be internet hosting an occasion on September 5 at 4pm native time. He additionally talked about that this would be the first time that HMD World shall be current on the expertise tradeshow. IFA 2019 is scheduled to be held between September 6 to September 11 this yr, and lots of massive tech corporations use this platform to announce new merchandise, and demo their upcoming applied sciences.
Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 7.2 have been leaked on a number of events previously, and have been noticed receiving certifications in Indonesia just lately, hinting at an imminent launch. There is a excessive chance that these telephones launch on the September 5 occasion in Berlin. NokiaPowerUser additionally means that HMD World might launch the Nokia 110 (2019) and Nokia 2720 (2019) function telephones alongside as nicely.
Earlier reviews point out that the Nokia 6.2 might look much like the Nokia X71 which was launched earlier this yr. Nokia 6.2 is anticipated to ship with a 6-inch full-HD+ AMOLED show with a hole-punch. The smartphone is prone to embrace a triple rear digital camera setup (48-megapixel, 8-megapixel, and 5-megapixel). Nokia 6.2 could possibly be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 660 SoC.
On the opposite hand, Nokia 7.2 might embrace a bigger 6.18-inch full-HD+ show with a U-shaped show notch. The telephone is rumoured to be powered by the Snapdragon 660 SoC. Nokia 7.2 can even function three rear cameras with a 48-megapixel major digital camera sensor.