Nokia just announced a handful of devices and we were there to spend some brief moments with them. Two Android midrangers lead the way, but there are also a couple of feature phones that are nice throwbacks to simpler times.
We'll start with the Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 6.2, two visually very similar handsets, each with a 6.3-inch LCD in a dual-glass package. They both have triple cameras on their backs with different main modules and shared 8MP ultra wides and 5MP depth sensors. The more upmarket 7.2 is equipped with a 48MP Quad Pixel (or, you know, Quad Bayer) cam while the 6.2 packs a conventional 16MP unit.
As you can see, neither is strictly state-of-the-art when it comes to internals - on the contrary, they're powered by rather dated chipsets. The Nokia 7.2 gets the Snapdragon 660 which you can also find on the Nokia 7 Plus, nearing 2 years of age, while the Nokia 6.2 is fitted with a Snapdragon 636 - similar in age, more modest in performance. Even so, they're reasonably well specced for the segment they need to fight in.
Speaking of fights, the Nokia 800 Tough could take some serious beating. It's got MIL-STD-810G compliance, an IP68 rating ans is waterproof for up to 30 minutes under 1.5m of water. It's not exactly a stunner, and boots KaiOS as opposed to Android, but still has Facebook, Whatsapp, Google Assistant and whatnot.
You'll get all of these on the Nokia 2720 Flip, and then some - it's a flip phone and we all know how cool flip phones are.
We went hands-on with the new Nokia phones - smart ones, and not so smart ones. Hit the next page page button for some early impressions.