Nokia unveils two devices available for pre-order in Kenya

Gopher Ogembo, Business Manager East Africa, HMD Global (left), Justin Maier, Vice President Subsaharan Africa HMD Global (Centre) during the launch of pre-order sales for Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 6.2

The home of Nokia phones, HMD Global announced on Tuesday, 17 September 2019, that consumers living in Kenya can now pre-order the Nokia 6.2 and Nokia7.2 devices from selected retail partners. “We are happy to provide our fans with two phones powered by AI and allowing customers to have an enjoyable advanced smartphone experience,” says Gopher Ogembo, Senior Business Manager for HMD Global.

Nokia smartphone consumers who would like to get their hands on either the Nokia 7.2 or Nokia 6.2 can now pre-order the devices. And for every successful pre-order, consumers will either receive complimentary award-winning wireless earbuds for the Nokia 7.2 or a Nokia backpack for the Nokia 6.2 respectively – while stocks last.

“The Nokia 7.2 offers fans advanced tools to express their creativity. Everything from the ZEISS Optics, exclusive ZEISS bokeh modes and powerful AI imaging, to its breath-taking PureDisplay technology, makes the Nokia 7.2 a device that truly stands out,” continues Ogembo.

“The Nokia 6.2 comes with two exciting firsts: a breath-taking and immersive PureDisplay screen and a powerful AI-powered triple camera. With Nokia 6.2 we’re making sure you get a premium device, that doesn’t compromise on looks or performance.”

The Nokia 6.2 comes in Ceramic Black and will be available from $230 while the Nokia 7.2 comes in either Cyan Green or Charcoal and will be available from $325 – both devices launch at the end of September.

“I encourage everyone to go out and order the new Nokia Smartphones we have on offer today. With Nokia Smartphones it just keeps getting better,” concludes Ogembo.

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