It seems that the Nokia 8.1 Plus may not be the only device from HMD Global to adopt the camera hole display. A new leak suggests that the same display technology may also be used for the Nokia 6.1’s successor which may be called the Nokia 6.2. It’s believed that this smartphone is going to be launched later in February.

The leak claims that the Nokia 6.2 is going to feature a 6.2 inch display with a cutout for the front camera. We have seen this type of display on a couple of devices already like the Samsung Galaxy A8s. They have a hole in the display itself for the front camera so there’s no need for a notch. This allows the device manufacturer to stretch the display even further.

The other specs are said to include the Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor with up to 6GB of RAM and a 16 megapixel dual rear camera with Zeiss optics. HMD Global may first release this device in China, it’s claimed.

HMD Global, the company that makes Nokia smartphones now, is yet to confirm anything about a successor to the Nokia 6.1. So it’s too soon to be sure right now if this device would be released in any other market outside China should it be unveiled later this month.

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