Really like this phone I have just recently purchased it. the absolute must for me is a screen that is healthy for the eyes and fortunately I was able to find the information and all the bigger brands like iPhone and Samsung unfortunately use amoled technology. what that means for us it's a lot of flickering that you cannot see but your eye can actually see and that is very unhealthy. fortunately for me I found Nokia 6.2 and we went into store we took a professional camera and we looked at all the screens and that was no flickering like at all. so for me it's a blessing I'm really grateful for this phone it has most functions then I'm using on a daily basis. it is very convenient and from a very long years of Samsung's I have switched back to Nokia and I couldn't be happy about it.
When already had a phone (7.2) with SD660 then what was the need of going with SD 636.
Better woukd have gone with SD660 for 6.2 and SD710/12/30 for 7.2 and could hsve went for SD 636. Motorola did a better job then them they have 4GB 128GB budget phones with SD665, 2 options with Exynos 9609 and Helio P70.
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The camera on the 6.2 is laughably bad. Arguably the worst camera ever fitted to a smartphone.
Anonymous, 19 Nov 2019"Nokia 9 was a failure, those cameras did not take better photos than the competition"
Whoa... moreI saw the review of the Nokia 9 on those websites: Android Authority, Pocketnow, Android Central, NotebookCheck and Mashable... all of the them are not impressed with the quality of the Nokia 9 cameras. Besides, if the Nokia 9 supposedly is the best camera phone in the market... why it's never mention nor recommend by anyone.
The Nokia 9 is a failure and a miss opportunity, and yes... it can't make better pictures than the competition.
CompactPhones5ever, 18 Nov 2019How the mighty have fallen... From Nokia 808 to this...At the very least Windows phones was above this buggy software that require monthly factory reset to make the damn thing work... :c
HMD is sinking this ship, maybe Microsoft will do better... :c
First give me review units then I decided that the product is good or wrost
paco2x, 18 Nov 2019That "meteoric rise" it was thanks of nostalgic factor more than anything. Nokia 9 was a failu... more"Nokia 9 was a failure, those cameras did not take better photos than the competition"
Whoa.. Slow down there.. Have you been reading GSMArena's review on Nokia 9 all this while?? Why are you even here if you don't read the reviews? Just to blurt out your baseless opinion?
Here check this page where Nokia 9 came toe to toe with P30 Pro(best android cameraphone before Mate 30) and shreds the iPhone X image quality to pieces
Nokia 9 is one of the best cameraphone if not for its limited availability.. It is even competitively priced despite with "just" SD845.
For 226 euros and even less you can buy a Redmi Note 8 Pro, Honor 9X, Realme X2, Lenovo Z5 Pro GT, Pocophone F1, Mi Mix 2s, Meizu 15, Meizu 16, Redmi K20, Mi 9 SE, etc. All them a lot better than this overpriced brick from HMD.
It is a complete fiasco. Crap cameras and poor quality in photography and video. At night it is not even worth trying to use the camera. The games have to use low resolution and effects while in competitive phones you can almost put everything up to the maximum at the same price.
Good phone for its price, it sells relatively well. Most people still like the better camera from the 7.2 but the 6.2 offers pretty much the same except for the camera.
Anonymous, 16 Nov 2019Lol.. The Nokia 9 Pureview not bold enough? You must be too young in 2000s to remember that No... moreThat "meteoric rise" it was thanks of nostalgic factor more than anything. Nokia 9 was a failure, those cameras did not take better photos than the competition, older SoC and an uninspiring design... I don't see the Nokia 9 in the same league of the Nokia N73, the famous 808 or the N9. You must be deluded to think the current Nokia HMD is doing a great job with their mediocre phone lineup.
There's no compelling reason to buy this phone.
mudman, 17 Nov 2019Sorry But nokia is no dying this brand still na legend home of fame king in the technology cam... moreNokia competitive? In which department? Their cameras are average, their prices are high, their updates maybe quick but some competitors are also quick even with heavy skinned UIs and there sales are also declining so yeah Nokia is dying
How the mighty have fallen... From Nokia 808 to this...
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mudman, 17 Nov 2019Sorry But nokia is no dying this brand still na legend home of fame king in the technology cam... moreA legend... that is, that already died. Now is a rented brand by HMD. And their phones have bad camera processing and come from third manufacturers in China. They algo offer overpriced old specifications in their brick phones.
shoot on your own foot.. lol
LG Superfan, 17 Nov 2019I see Nokia dying againSorry But nokia is no dying this brand still na legend home of fame king in the technology camera quality even they have lot of competitive.
The only Nokia phone that was impressive was 7.1 plus even though it was a bit expensive it was pretty great and competitive