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Nokia 7.2 renders reveal interesting design choices by HMD Global

Rishabh Pachory

Of late, Nokia is one smartphone manufacturing company that seems to have resurfaced from the dead. When all hope seemed to be lost for the company, they tried their hand at Android phones with simple designs and have once again taken the market by storm. The upcoming anticipated phone by the company is the Nokia 7.2, the successor to the successful Nokia 7.1 and a few renders of the phone have revealed what the phone could look like.

Nokia 7.2 renders reveal interesting design choices by HMD Global

Over the past few weeks, we've come across several rumors surrounding not just this phone, but the Nokia 6.2 as well. According to new design renders, the Nokia 7.2 will sport a rather slim body and pair that up with a circular rear camera module. Additionally, this module houses three cameras, which is a bump up from the dual cameras on the 7.1 phone. This seems to be the norm these days and gone are the days of vertically placed cameras at the back.

Apart from that, the fingerprint sensor is rear mounted as well, just beneath the camera module. It seems that Nokia is opting for more reliable and fast security measures than the in-display fingerprint scanners.

Nokia 7.2 renders reveal interesting design choices by HMD Global

As for the Nokia 6.2, it too sports a similar design but seems to be a bit smaller than this phone. Up front, both the phone sport a waterdrop notch with minimal bottom bezels.

From previous rumors, we've heard that the Nokia 7.2 will come out with a Snapdragon 710 chipset, paired with 6GB of RAM. A combination of these should be well performing and do a good job of handling all tasks, no matter what they might be.

As for the release date of the two phones, there isn't any confirmation, but we're expecting them to be launched by the end of this month. However, readers must keep in mind that these are all leaks and could be subject to change.