While many of us have already experienced the PureDisplay quality with HDR10 support on Nokia 7.1 and 8.1 and can vouch for their premium experience, it seems that Nokia 6.2 and 7.2 displays pack even more features. Both smartphones feature PureDisplay technology with the Pixelworks visual processor to offer features like Always-on HDR, Enhanced Picture Quality and TrueView™ Auto-adaptive Display.
While we have seen SDR to HDR real-time conversion working on Nokia 7.1 it is more enhanced now. Picture quality also gets enhanced and finally, the auto-adaptive display not only adjusts the brightness but also the tone to match the ambient conditions.
- Always-on HDR – Displays HDR videos in immersive detail with up to one billion shades of color and upscales all other video content to HDR quality in real time for an always-on cinematic experience.
- Enhanced Picture Quality – With superior color accuracy, sharpness and local contrast, content is displayed in vivid, accurate color, while hidden details in dark areas and around edges are exposed without over-saturating other portions of the image.
- TrueView™ Auto-adaptive Display – Dynamically adjusts brightness and tone to match the ambient light for ease of viewing in all viewing conditions – from dimly lit rooms to the sunny outdoors – while preserving superior overall picture quality.
This all results in a much better display experience than competitor smartphones in a similar price range, claims Pixelwork.
As compared to comparably-priced Android smartphones, the Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 6.2 render a 64-fold increase in color tonality through full 10-bit, certified HDR displays and produce up to 3x improvement in video contrast, based on dynamic backlight control that works in combination with a patented tone mapping technology by Pixelworks. The result is an immersive visual experience that conveys both dark details and bright highlights with optimal power efficiency.
Nokia 6.2 and 7.2 are interesting smartphones that come with triple-lens rear cameras with 120-degree wide-angle photography and a round camera module like Lumias. You can read our complete Nokia 6.2 and 7.2 coverage by clicking here and here.