Since Nokia’s Renaissance with Android began in 2017 the maker has relied on its midrange to expand market share and so far it’s worked. Nokias nowadays promise clean Android One software, a recognizable Nokia design, good hardware and reasonable pricing. The Nokia 6.2 encompasses all of those traits but is now threatened from all sides by competent Chinese rivals that’s are quickly expanding to western markets. You can buy a Xiaomi Redmi Note 8, or a Realme X2 in Europe and for almost the same €250 as the Nokia 6.2. Is the Nokia brand name enough to sway buyers from those tempting Chinese…

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