Nokia 7.2 Hands-on Review
Nokia 7.2 Hands-on Review Hey everyone HMV global the company that makes Nokia branded phones is really seeing not one not two not three not four not five oh you know actually five new phones the most important if you’re in the u.s. might be the Nokia 7.2 a mid-range phone that costs three hundred and forty nine dollars but there’s also the Nokia six point two the Nokia 110 the Nokia 808 2 720 all of which we’ll take a look at quickly but let’s start with the Nokia 7.2 right off the bat you can see that the Nokia 7.2 changes the design of the back it’s more rounded and of course Ghana is the vertical camera set up in favor of a round camera module that sticks out you’re actually adding one more lens here it’s a 8 megapixel wide-angle lens but the main sensor is also very different it’s a 48 megapixel sensor and then the third lens is a 5 megapixel depth sensor so it’s Zeiss optics here and really the focus on this phone is with this camera experience why is there such a focus on the camera well if you think about it.
Nokia 7.2 Hands-on Review The prime competitor for this phone is the Google pixel 3a a phone that is lauded for its camera and that only costs four hundred dollars so hmd really had to step things up here now we’ve seen 48 megapixel cameras before and the experience here is not that different it’s combining those pixels to create a 12 megapixel photo which means it should give you better low-light photos but of course you can force it to take 48 megapixel photos if you want more details it’s gonna be a larger photo file size though here’s a quick photo of the 48 megapixel photo from the 7.2 as well as a 12 megapixel photo from 7.2 compared to the Google pixel 3 a photo you can see that the sky is definitely not as good on the pixel through a photo compared to the other two but there is slightly more contrast and details when you zoom in on the pixel Trier’s photo still I’d say Nokia 7 points to does give the pixel 3 a a run for its money but the real spotlight of the camera is a feature called size bouquet styles and it worked in portrait mode it.
Nokia 7.2 Effects
Borrows from the rich history of Zeiss lenses to apply three distinct bouquet styles called Zeiss modern as I swirl and Zeiss smooth testing these modes the bouquet effect looks really unique and stylish and it definitely does a really good job of outlining the subject those dice effects work on the front 20 megapixel camera as well so you can still use it even if there’s no depth sensor on the front like most phones today there is a dedicated night mode it takes multiple images and stacks them together sadly we haven’t been able to test yet because it’s in daytime and we haven’t had this phone at night but we’re built-in and hopefully it’ll compare to pixels night sight making a return on the Nokia 7.2 is the pure display it’s a display that upscales SDR content to HDR all the time so you’re getting richer colors more contrast and it specifically supports HDR 10 in Amazon video it’s a six point three inch screen and a full HD plus resolution and nokia says that you can get up to 500 nits of brightness so we’re on the phone there is a notch here at the top a little teardrop notch which is different from the bigger notch that was on the 7.1 there is a bit of a chin here with the nokia logo at the front but otherwise it’s pretty close to bezel less experience.