At IFA 2019, Nokia unveiled a bunch of new smartphones that look to be quite impressive. The Nokia 7.2 is one of the bunch offering eye-catchy design, impressive performance, Zeiss camera and most importantly affordable price tag. While the Nokia 7.1 camera is disappointing especially with the wide-camera, the Finnish company doesn’t face such an issue thus making it the best Nokia smartphone for 2019. Another interesting feature of Nokia 7.2 is, it receives updates straight from Google. Let us have a closer look at what this Nokia handset gives out.
For Nokia 7.2, HMD Global changed the design for the better. It is now a premium-looking device with a 6.3-inches LCD screen of 1080 X 2280 resolution. The front display gets a teardrop notch that cuts into the screen. It is made of an aluminum chassis with a polymer finish which makes the device feels solid. Around the back, the camera bump housing triple-lens along with the fingerprint scanner. Nokia 7.2 has a headphone jack which is rarely found these days. And you have a dedicated Google Assistant button on the left end of the handset.
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As for the Nokia 7.2 internals, being a mid-range handset, it is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC paired with 4GB/6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage. This is can be expanded further via a memory card. Everything runs smoother and faster. Even switching between the apps is quicker, so is loading up demanding games. Much like other Nokia smartphones, the Nokia 7.2 is an Android One device with Android 9 Pie OS.
The main highlight of this latest Nokia mid-range smartphone from HMD Global is its 48MP camera. This is far higher than the 12MP snapper seen in Nokia 7.1. Along with the 48MP lens, there is a 5MP depth sensor and an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens. It can capture impressive shots in well-lit conditions and satisfactory shots in dim light. A 20MP front camera is a strong option for those selfie-lovers. Nokia 7.2 gets a 3500mAh battery which can comfortably render a full-day battery life. The USB-C port comes in with the support of Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0. It should charge up your device by 50 percent in just 30 minutes.
Now you can pick up the new Nokia 7.2 in Dubai for an affordable price online. The 4GB/64GB model costs around AED 1209, fair enough for a mid-range smartphone. If you want more storage and power, choose a 6GB/128GB model for AED 1411. It comes in Cyan Green, Ice, and Charcoal color variants.
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