The new generation of Nokia Android smartphones, which has been on the market for almost 3 years now, has started from different user categories, from simple and cheap models of Series 1, 2 and 3, to the middle category, and series phones 4, 5 and 6, and has continued in The higher level includes the more advanced 7, 8 and 9 series handsets. The 7 Series, meanwhile, is the first line of Nokia products with remarkable features and capabilities close to the company’s more advanced and flagship handsets, which in recent years, especially in a model like the Nokia 7 Plus, has achieved remarkable success among users.
From this family, three models of Nokia 7, Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 7.1 have been released to the market before, and recently a new model called Nokia 7.2 has been added to it. Nokia 7.2, which was introduced with Nokia 6.2 at IFA 2019 in Berlin, Germany, is different in design and appearance from all previous experiences in this category, and compared to all other recent Nokia Android phones, it also has a unique design. ; Notch drops like other Nokia x.2 members like Nokia 2.2, Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 4.2 are present here as well, and the combination of the main cameras inside a prominent circle on the back has given the device an interesting form of attention.
Nokia 7.2, of course, does not go beyond the mid-range and mid-range in terms of features as expected, and still keeps its distance from more advanced and flagship models like the Nokia 9 PureView. In this sense, Nokia 7.2 faces a number of well-known competitors that it does not seem to compete with, at least in some cases, such as the Samsung Galaxy A50, Redmi Note 7 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 9 Lite. Nokia, of course, is trying to succeed in this market by designing a different look and relying on the Zeiss brand and title alongside the cameras.
Nokia 7.2, like almost all of the manufacturer’s recent handsets, is part of Google’s Android One project and receives two years of software support for Android operating system updates. The default operating system of this 9-foot Android phone with a raw Android user interface and with a similar experience to Google Pixels is one of the most important positive points of this series for many users, and considering Nokia’s brilliant history over the past year or two, one can expect Which will be updated to Android 10 soon. Booting Nokia 7.2 takes about 32 to 34 seconds, which does not seem like much in this regard. The user interface of the device is almost the same as we have seen in Nokia 3.2 before, and only in a few cases here and there are a few new points.