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The Nokia 6 (2019) might have a display cutout for the front camera

The phone also reportedly features two rear cameras and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 632 processor.
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January 10, 2019
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It’s been a little over a year since HMD Global announced the Nokia 6 (2018). With a successor likely on the horizon, Twitter account Nokia Leaks published what could be the successor’s specifications.

According to the leak, the so-called Nokia 6 (2019) — it’s also referred to as the Nokia 6.2 — features a 6.2-inch display with a cutout for the front camera. This could be the same hole-punch display that was featured in recently-leaked Nokia 8.1 Plus renders.

Nokia 6.2 (6 2019): 6.2-inch display with camera hole-punch, Snapdragon 632, 4/6GB RAM, 16MP Dual-rear Zeiss Camera,OZO Audio, First market China. Coming Jan end/Feb 2019.
— Nokia_Leaks (@LeaksNokia) January 10, 2019

The Nokia 6 (2019) also reportedly features dual rear 16-megapixel cameras with OZO Sound support. OZO Sound uses algorithms and the phone’s microphones to capture 360-degree spatial sound. The leak didn’t say if the Nokia 6 (2019)’s cameras also support OZO Focus and Zoom, which let you track an audio source and isolate audio to correspond to video zoom, respectively.

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Under the hood, the Nokia 6 (2019) reportedly sports Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 632 processor and either 4GB or 6GB of RAM. As with the Nokia 6 (2018), the RAM amount might depend on the storage size.

It’s likely that the Nokia 6 (2019) will runs Android 9 Pie out of the box as the phone is probably a part of the Android One program.

Nokia Leaks claims that the Nokia 6 (2019) will first launch in China which might coincide with the Nokia 8.1 Plus’. If true, the Nokia 6 (2019) will possibly be announced either at the end of January or sometime in February. Nokia Leaks also claims that the phone is “definitely coming” to the U.S.