Nokia never fails in giving that nostalgic feeling.
Nokia 7.2 has been one of the recently released phones of Nokia, years after they have taken over the world with their Nseries. The Nokia 7 has this distinctive design that attracts consumers. The mode was composed of quality materials that users wouldn’t expect for a lower value. It also has an impressive HDR-capable LCD display, solid cameras, refreshing software experience, and good performance.
If you are looking for something premium but an affordable one, then this Nokia 7 is just right for you. This would even beat the Moto G6 for its features and design. This model is better in lots of little ways, but as a mid-range smartphone, it may have to catch up more. Nokia 7.2 still struggles to rise to the level of the best Android phones in the market.
Nokia 7.2’s Simple Design
This mid-range phone from Nokia has rounded corners, a circular rear triple-camera housing, and a teardrop notch. This would surely give that minimal yet elegant impression to the consumers. The chamfered edges and gleaming metallic trim also give that fresh, unique, and classy look.
Nokia 7.2’s Quality Camera
Nokia wanted to make sure to give you that triple-lens camera on the back of the 7.2, headlined by a 48-megapixel, ƒ/1.8 primary lens, can capture photos that rival some from leading flagships. It has an 8-MP ultrawide lens and 5-MP depth sensor. This aspired the company to make the Nokia 7.2 just as versatile as those pricier handsets, too.
However, Nokia really needs to improve its software to boost its camera’s performance.
The Nokia 7.2 is just an average phone, yet it still interesting at the $350 price. It offers nice build quality, solid performance, and the promise of timely software updates. However, you can still have more options to choose from any mid-range phone market.