The Nokia 7.2 is just over a week away from being unveiled but it hasn't stopped people from leaking it to hell. The latest leak, ahead of its Berlin launch in September shows Nokia's keeping in tune with the latest phone trend; chunky phone butts. Here's what we know.
Today HMD Global announced that two of the most affordable new devices in the Nokia family will be hitting Australia. Here's everything you need to know.
The Nokia 7.2 is due to be unveiled on September 6 at the IFA 2019 trade show in Berlin. Tech reporters were allegedly shown the device this week and an accidental leak from ZEISS employee (later deleted and re-uploaded by @ishanagarwal24), Joachim Kuss, gave us our first mostly official look at the device.
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) August 21, 2019
Another leak, provided to TechMesto by Huy Cận, shows the Nokia 7.2 in the wild with a sea green finish. The home screen also suggests it's running off Android One.
But the most important aspect the leaks have in common is the huge rear phone buttocks indicating the Nokia 7.2 will have a big boy triple rear camera.
There's no word on the actual specs of the triple rear camera lens but with ZEISS optics involved, you can pretty safely bet they're going to be a force to be reckoned with. Additionally, it appears to have a fingerprint sensor on the rear.
We'll know more about the Nokia 7.2 late next week after it officially launches at IFA 2019.
Earlier today HMD Global announced the Nokia 8.1 for Australia. But don't be fooled by the name. It may sound like an update of last year's flagship Nokia 8 Sirocco, but it isn't. What we're actually looking at here is a new mid-range offering from the veteran phone manufacturer. Yeah, it's a pretty confusing.