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Nokia 7.2 has a standard Nokia design. It has the following pros and cons:
- The phone has a decent mid-range processor which can handle light to moderate tasks.
- Nokia 7.2 has a reliable battery which can keep chugging for a whole day
- Nokia 7.2 can click decent portraits and selfies.
- Nokia 7.2 has an unattractive and dull design.
- The phone has a dated display.
- The camera clicks overexposed wide-angle shots.
Nokia 7.2 is not a good-looking handset, but it gets the job done with its decent performance. If you are seeking a reliable performer, then the Nokia 7.2 will help you sail through your daily tasks.
Nokia 7.2 has the traditional Nokia look which can attract any Nokia fan. Priced at Rs. 18,599, the phone has all the advantages that Nokia comes with.
Nokia 7.2 has a reliable performance and battery pair, along with the Nokia-special hardy and compact design. While it does not click great photos, the phone remains a decent phone for essential uses.
Nokia 7.2 has a similar appearance to most Nokia phones in the past. It is a large device yet it is reasonably ergonomic as you can reach the fingerprint scanner on the rear panel easily. The right side carried the power button and the volume rocker. There is also a Google Assistant button placed on the left. The phone has a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack which is an excellent addition for audiophiles. The phone has one different thing from the Nokia 7.1, it has three cameras on its back and it does stick out a little bit. The rear panel of the phone is made of aluminum and has a polymer finish. Overall, the phone is quite compact, but the design does not have anything special to it.
On the front, the Nokia 7.2 has a beautiful screen which is paired with a tear-drop notch housing the selfie camera. The top bezel is thin, but the chin is a bit thicker. The screen does show that it is a budget phone. Nokia 7.2 arrives with a 6.3-inch display using HMD Global’s PureDisplay technology. It has a 96% color gamut which means better brightness and excellent colour tone, both of which can give you a moderately immersive experience.
Nokia 7.2 has the Snapdragon 660 processor. It is a mid-range processor which can handle multiple apps, though there is a risk of slowing down the phone. The camera app tends to be slow. You should not try to push this phone with intensive tasks as it can lead to a significant slow-down. You can play games on this phone too, though high-end games may have frame drops. For the necessary tasks, this phone works well.
Nokia 7.2 has its USP in the camera module. It has a whopping 48MP camera which is a significant improvement over the 12MP camera of the Nokia 7.1. It is supported by a 5MP depth-sensing camera and an 8MP ultra-wide lens camera. The portrait shots are quite good and add a decent amount of background blur. The 8MP camera can get a large group of friends within the frame. The ultra-wide cameras tend to be overexposed. The portrait shots are better, which keeps the blur at a reasonable level. The standard images remain bright, and the colour tones are great. The video shooting capacity of the camera is weak. The videos are sluggish, the contrast is off, and the colours are not accurate.
The camera app is sluggish too, with the autofocus being inaccurate most of the time.
The phone has a 20MP selfie camera which clicks incredible selfies in the right light conditions.
Nokia 7.2 has a 3,500 mAh battery. This battery is not standard in the present times as nowadays, most phones come with 4000 mAh battery. However, since this phone has a power-efficient processor and it does not have an AMOLED screen, the battery does not drain very fast. It can chug on for a whole day with light use.
Nokia 7.2 is a decent phone for its price tag. It has reliable performance and a capable battery to keep it chugging, especially for light use. The primary camera is excellent though the overall performance of the cameras falls flat. The design is boring and the display, while immersive, gives a budget feel with its bezels. There are a few improvements over the Nokia 7.1 and that makes Nokia 7.2 a phone to go for, if you want to upgrade from a previous Nokia phone and want a reliable light performer.