One of the best premium-looking mid-range smartphones last year was Nokia 7.1 by HMD Global. Nearly one year after its release, it seems like the so-called Nokia 7.2 successor will come with a radical change in design. And that starts with the camera.
Nokia 7.1 Radical Design Change Revealed
Thru case listing from various retailers (as posted by Nokiapoweruser), Nokia 7.2 gets revealed with a very slim profile, a teardrop notch, and a huge circular triple camera setup. If you look closer, the main camera module houses three sensors and an LED flash. While sitting roundly below it is a capacitive fingerprint scanner.
From the side of the images, the alleged Nokia 7.2 looks very slim. That said, we can expect the same metal and glass combination. Upfront reveals a teardrop notch with the earpiece right above, while the chin bezel seems to be too good to be true. At the bottom locates an assuming USB Type-C port, single-bottom firing speaker, and a headphone jack.
Based on a Geekbench score earlier this month, the Nokia 7.2 will come with Snapdragon 710 SoC and 6GB RAM. If we’re to follow the release date of its predecessor, then we can expect the device to be announced around early October. However, rumor has it that we might get it as early as September.