Nokia 7.2 Leaked Live Images Showcase A Triple Camera Setup & Waterdrop Notch

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Nokia 7.2 Leaked Live Images Showcase A Triple Camera Setup & Waterdrop Notch

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HMD Global owned Nokia launched the first smartphone under its new 7 series last year. Dubbed the Nokia 7.1, it is a mid-range device which was praised for its premium design and capable specifications. It was then revealed a few days ago that the company is working on its successor which will be called the Nokia 7.2. In the subsequent weeks, the images and design of the handset were leaked online, and it was known that the smartphone is about to launch on the 5th of September at IFA, Berlin. Now as we move closer to the launch, more images of the Nokia 7.2 has surfaced online; which confirm the previously leaked design aspects.

Nokia 7.2

Nokia 7.2

The Nokia 7.2 will be another mid-range offering from HMD Global. Latest images of the smartphone reveal it will have a glass sandwich design with a bluish-green coloured back panel, but it may be offered in more than one colour when launched. The front of the device has minimal bezels with a waterdrop notch on the top. The interface of the handset is visibly stock Android, which suggests it may be Android One certified. This means it will receive major software updates for two years and security updates for three years.

Nokia 7.2

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Over at the back, the Nokia 7.2 has a triple camera setup and an LED flash inside a circular housing. This new design characteristic is unlike what the company has implemented before. Underneath the camera setup, a physical fingerprint sensor can be seen; which may be surprising to some as in-display fingerprint scanners are becoming commonplace in many mid-range devices. While other specifications of the handset are not known, rumours point out to a Snapdragon 710 coupled with up to 6GB of RAM inside. Unfortunately, other details like the pricing of the Nokia 7.2 are not known yet. However, since there is little time left before the official announcement, we might not have to wait too long to find that out. 

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