When will the nokia 7.2 will get the android 10 update
Can any 7.2 user share its stock wallpapers please especially the one with the aurora? It's not yet available in the internet. Couldn't find it anywhere.
69h rating with 3500 mAh and SD 660?!?! Must be the worst I have seen yet.
Anonymous, 25 Dec 2019Everthing else is good got latest feature update today too , but there is a problem with my no... moreOh my i have the same problem. It got a bit more responsive after i removed phone lock. But now u mentioned it yeah i usually have this prob when i sweat on the glass.
Aadrian, 05 Jan 2020It doesn't have an official IP rating.if it's anything like the 6.1 in that sence it'll survive a drop in a puddle no problem
Biren limbu, 03 Jan 2020It is water and dust proof?It doesn't have an official IP rating.
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2020One advice to you bro buy Xiaomi phone It is better for you it is cheap, a good plastic build... moreWhen I am able to express so many things here, didn't I know what is best for me and what to do? When I talk about learning things, you talk about earning money. Anyhow, thank you very much for your advice. As you've said, I shall buy a Xiaomi phone. Can you do anything about it? There are plenty of people, even professionals who use Xiaomi phones. Why not Xiaomi have their fan boys, when Nokia has some like you? To be honest, I am not a fan of any mobile brand. Instead of saying something in favor of someone, try to do something in favor of the society at large. Through my spec sheet, I hope many of the readers here, have understood the missing links of Nokia 7.2 and many other mobile devices from various manufacturers. I have truly expressed about the so called PERFORMANCE of a midrange mobile device. I believe that my messages will definitely be heard by HMD and other mobile manufacturers around the gllobe. Thanking you once again for your valuable reply.
Subramanian CN, 04 Jan 2020If I am a manufacturer my spec sheet for a Midrange Android phone would be:
1. NO NOTCH Sup... moreOne advice to you bro buy Xiaomi phone
It is better for you it is cheap, a good plastic build quality(it will work for many years).
It will have a good battery life 4000 mah (you can use your phone for 2-3 days)
It will be of Great CUSTOM UI with good amount of bloatwares that is really awesome.
And last but not the least a best processor which will work for longer runs no matter you will get software updates or not but your processor will work for longer runs that's what you need.
A great camera (without Zeiss optics) because zeiss optics according to you there is no difference.
So my friend a incredible offer for you is to buy A XIAOMI PHONE - A awesome alrounder phone a flagship killer( as Xiaomi fan boy says)
Best of luck.
If I am a manufacturer my spec sheet for a Midrange Android phone would be:
1. NO NOTCH Super AMOLED FHD 1080p display with Clear Black Corning Gorilla Glass 5 Protection with minimal bezels ( like that of Meizu 16T ). This NO NOTCH display would definitely help the device to stand tall in the crowd. Moreover, it would definitely add a professional touch to the device.
2. GOOD PLASTIC casing with NO glass back ( no aluminum, to reduce cost since, I'm talking about a midrange phone and not a flagship device ). Glass back has no meaning when most of us protect our devices with an additional case protector. GOOD PLASTIC is the one which can be found on Xiaomi Mi Pad 1 and the like.
3. Snapdragon 670 processor. Snapdragon 670 is an excellent costly SOC specially made for Pixel 3A. If SOC 670 falls short in supply or if it exceeds the estimated budgeted cost of the device, then SOC 730 becomes the alternative.
4. 6 GB RAM with 128 GB UFS internal memory. Just one variant 128 GB is sufficient since managing two memory variants costs money. No SD card slot (helps to reduce costs) because today's SD cards are not reliable. To transfer files, one can use USB pen drives.
5. No Android One branding since, Android One licensing has its own cost associated ( I think it is nearly as high as 30 % of sales). Simple Pure Android helps to reduce "Android One" branding costs. I would provide necessary security updates and one Android update (only one) because, 90 percent of the phones don't last for more than 2 years.
6. MAIN CAMERA:
Sony 12 MP, f/1.6, 26mm (wide), 1/2.55", 1.4µm, predictive Dual Pixel PDAF, OIS
Sony 12 MP, f/2.4, 52mm (telephoto), 1/3.4", 1.0µm, PDAF, 2x optical zoom, OIS
Sony 12 MP, f/2.4, 16mm (ultrawide), 1/3.4", 1.0µm
Quad LED dual-tone flash, panorama, HDR
2160p@30fps, 1080p@60/30fps (gyro-EIS)
Sony 8 MP, f/2.0, 24mm (wide), 1/4", 1.12µm, HDR
The above stated cameras reduce Zeiss branding costs but, are definitely costlier than the present cameras of Nokia 7.2. Adjustments are made by reducing build quality and avoiding branding costs.
Though Samsung manufactures 48, 64, 108 MP cameras, they haven't employed it in any of their flagship devices. Why? Because, they are SIMPLY MEDIOCRE. The same is with Sony.
Stereo Speakers situated on both sides like that on a Asus ROG phone.
24 bit/192 kHz audio. Dolby Atmos sound.
No headphones out of the box ( to reduce cost).
8. USB 3.1 Type C 1.0 reversible connector
9. NO NFC since it is a midrange device (helps to reduce costs). Those who need NFC can opt for some other brands.
No Notification light
10. Sensors: Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
11. Li-Po 4000 mAh battery. (Though pure Android devices don't drain battery like other custom UI's, bigger the size of the battery would definitely help in improving sales.)
12. The device would support fast charging, though a fast charger would not be provided with the device, to reduce costs.
Negative reviews for the above device would be about build quality, omission of fast charger, no headphones and the like. I will not mind it because, even the best flagship devices have their own set of complaints. But, the device would be a great performer in all aspects. A ceramic cup/saucer would break obviously, if we drop it. We have to handle it with care. Even a mobile with solid aluminum body would break, if it is subjected to. Hence the plastic build doesn't matter. There are always choices for those who complain about the build quality (Choose some other brand). Camera strength has become the ultimate driving factor in pushing the sales of a midrange phone. An excellent display with excellent cameras accompanied by a good SOC will definitely do wonders. I truly believe that I can price this device competitively in the range, Rs. 15000 - Rs. 20000.
To my belief, flagship devices should differ from midrange devices only in terms of the following:
1. Build quality
3. Higher Resolution display > FHD
4. More Storage and RAM
5..In-display fingerprint scanner
7. Inclusion of Fast Charger or wireless charger
8. More cameras like the ones on Nokia 9 PureView, etc.
It is water and dust proof?
Carol, 03 Jan 2020Well, have fun who said you won't? The disposables are also good for a Mounth before they degr... moreDo you mean to say that Nokia 7.2 is durable like a Rolex watch? All mobile phones are disposables whether it is Nokia 7.2 or some other Flagship device.
great phone, i love nokia.
I really love the Nokia 7.2 , it's beautifull on the outside and and the cameras of this phone are great.
the only thing it lacks is battery power but it's a small price to pay for and excellent phone and the android one experience.
Anonymous, 02 Jan 2020What you say is right. Subramanian is wrong. It is better you buy Nokia 7.2 for Rs.16000 and I... moreWell, have fun who said you won't? The disposables are also good for a Mounth before they degrade while fighting with the "enviroment".
Zaed M, 01 Jan 2020I'm totally agree with your great sense of comments than the other guy named subramanian ...he... moreWhat you say is right. Subramanian is wrong. It is better you buy Nokia 7.2 for Rs.16000 and I shall buy Xiaomi's Redmi Note 7S for Rs 9000. You be happy with your Gold and I shall be happy with my Bronze. What's wrong?
Subramanian CN, 29 Dec 2019You can find N number of answers as to why consumers complain about Nokia 7.2 but, there are o... moreI called it whining because they're complaining about something because it's "old" not because it has any noticeable impact on the overall user experience.
The reviews I've watched highlight that issue as if it's a deal-breaker and yet no objective observer would call it thus.
You've highlighted significant matters like price, etc. Those are legitimate because they have real world impacts.
Anyway, it's a (largely) free world so I'll leave everyone to make their choice.
Sepfian, 01 Jan 2020overheating issues in processor or battery, i mean, ma'am.Oh, am not a ma'am but thanks for the observation:)). I can't help you with that on this devices as i pnly tested it for a while. Maybe someone here who has it can help you.
Sample night photos look pretty good. But they are shot at very low shutter speed, so you would probably need a tripod to get same results.
Carol, 18 Dec 2019I do not have to admit something that is clear and in plain sight. You do realize those were h... moreI'm totally agree with your great sense of comments than the other guy named subramanian ...he so much pathetic comparing these phones at very high philosophy imaginary minded. Not the reality.. He so much frustrated at somewhere on Nokia HMD products, not up to his desired demand, so he whining like wee baby..pity him. For me Nokia 7.2 is best mid range phone in its class. Chinese dna phones marketed with on paper high hardware specs vs the prices to attract peoples buying their overpriced phones, how ever there are not more than a piece of intergrated electronics board with snapdragon chips doing the same program. Typical chinese dna phones
Carol, 01 Jan 2020What do you mean?overheating issues in processor or battery, i mean, ma'am.