Nokia 7.2 renders emerge with three round cameras and a slim design

Nokia 7.2

Nokia is planning to launch new smartphones next September, coinciding with the IFA fair in Berlin. Although the company belonging to HMD has not announced which models will arrive, the leaks have been responsible for revealing the devices. Among them (and possibly the most interesting) is the Nokia 7.2. This mobile has been seen in some new renders with a small frames screen and a triple rear camera.

The design has been seen thanks to some covers. While it may change slightly, the position of the cameras, the screen frames and the location of the buttons will remain as we see in the images. Mainly because the manufacturer himself is the one who gives the dimensions and data on the design to the case manufacturers so that they can launch them for sale along with the launch of the device.

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Nokia 7.2 case renders

In this case, we see a Nokia 7.2 with a very interesting design. We can see a triple camera with a rounded shape in the back. It reminds us of Motorola devices, although here we have three lenses accompanied by an LED flash. Just below is the fingerprint reader. Unfortunately, the case does not show if the back is made of glass or polycarbonate.

Regarding the screen, apparently, it will arrive without any frames. Only with a ‘water-drop’ type notch in the upper area to house the front camera, as well as an almost non-existent frame at the bottom. We remember that the design may not be like that, and maybe it could have some frames. We can see that it will have a USB C, headphone jack and a speaker at the bottom.

According to the latest rumors, this Nokia 7.2 would arrive with a screen of 6 inches or more with an HD+ resolution. Inside we would find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor, accompanied by 4 or 6 GB of RAM, as well as 64 or 128 GB of internal storage. We do not know the triple camera configuration, but we hope it has a wide-angle and telephoto sensor.

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