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Nokia 7.2 to feature triple rear cameras and it's coming in September

22 August 2019 0

The very-first and a very clear image of the Nokia 7.2 has surfaced and it specifically highlights the triple cameras setup on the back. The picture appears to have been accidentally posted by Zeiss employee on Twitter. He tells that HMD Global organized a pre-briefing for some media and tech reporters where it showed off the device to them.

He tweets,

“We showed the new Nokia 7.2 to some media and tech reporters at @Zeiss_Group yesterday- thanks @HMDGlobal for demonstrating it before its launch in September.”

The tweet has reportedly been taken down. So, it means it was accidentally posted by the employee as it might have forgotten some rules. But the tech site Nokiamob was able to screenshot it on time.

Well, there are no details on the configuration of the cameras of the Nokia 7.2, but you can expect them to be the main camera, followed by a depth and a wide-angle lens. But one thing is clear that the device is launching somewhere in September.

The cameras are placed in a circular module in a 2x2 fashion, wherein the top row, there are two cameras and below to them are one camera and LED flash. This appears similar to what the Mate 30 is also expected to come with. The device is having a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and it’s situated just below the circular camera module. This alludes, apart from the triple rear cameras, the Nokia 7.2 will mostly be traditional in other features.

Well, the next month isn’t too far from us and we are hoping much from this device. We may get more insights into this new device from HMD Global. So stay tuned.

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Nokia 7.2 to feature triple rear cameras and it's coming in September
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