Nokia 7.2 is an attractive mid-range smartphone with impressive specifications. Nokia has been proving for some time now, with the release of a smartphone gaming does not exceed them, and that is just the statement that they are making with the Nokia 7.2 plus. It is not a too noisy device that breaks the tables on the market, but it is not so subtle that we will let it pass without noticing it either.
Nokia 7.2 Key Specifications and Features
The front of the Nokia 7.2 plus is a paradox for us – because we like the way they incorporated an almost bezel-less screen, but don’t like the way they left the chin big so they could include a brand. Beyond that, however, the 6.3-inch screen is a beauty to behold, allowing us about 82% of the screen-to-body ratio overall.
It’s not one of those screens where you have a built-in fingerprint scanner under the screen, but we appreciate the little notch at the top that also houses the selfie camera. At the back of the Nokia 7.2 plus, we also benefit from a glass treatment. The front and rear have Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection technology against scratches and bumps. There are three generations behind the current market standards, but it will also hold up very well.
As we said, the triple cameras on the back draw our attention to the size of their sensors. Starting with a 48 MP main snapper, we also get an ultra-wide 8 MP lens followed by a 5 MP depth sensor.
The first observation here is that there is no telephoto lens, so it remains to be seen how this camera will deliver images in portrait mode if there is this feature.
At the front of the Nokia 7.2 plus, we have a single 20MP camera with HDR imaging support and video call. This should also be extended to the videos you take on the front so that certain standards can be felt there.