Nokia 7.2. Bottom line: On its own, the Nokia 7.2 is an excellent buy. It has a premium design, fantastic display, and clean software backed by guaranteed updates. It has its fair share of flaws, however, with some of the main points being the sluggish performance and a disappointing ultra-wide camera.
Nokia 7.2 Price and Full Specifications in Bangladesh
Nokia 7.2 Price in Bangladesh and Full Specifications. Nokia 7.2 is a Smartphone of Nokia. This Nokia 7.2 have 4 GB, 6 GB RAM. 64 GB, 128 GB Internal Memory (ROM). microSD, up to 512 GB (dedicated slot) External Memory Card. Nokia 7.2 Comes with 6.3 inches, 99.1 cm2 (~82.4% screen-to-body ratio), IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M Colors. Display with a Resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels, 19:9 ratio. At a pixel density of 400 ppi density (ppi). Nokia 7.2 measures 159.9 x 75.2 x 8.3 mm (6.30 x 2.96 x 0.33 in) (height x width x thickness) and weighs 180 g (grams). It’s performing Octa-core (4×2.2 GHz Kryo 260 & 4×1.8 GHz Kryo 260). Operating System Android, Version 9.0 (Pie). Connectivity options on the Nokia 7.2 include Wifi: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, Hotspot, Bluetooth: 5.0, A2DP, EDR, LE, aptX, GPS: Yes, with A-GPS. It’s Official Price is 28,990.00 Taka (Bangladeshi).
Nokia phones have always been known for top-notch build quality, and this is an ideal that the Nokia 7.2 upholds extremely well. The front and back are made out of glass, whereas the frame is a “high-tech polymer that’s twice as strong as polycarbonate and half the weight of aluminum.” It’s technically plastic, but it has a sturdy feel to it that does make it feel like aluminum in the hand.
Nokia gave the back glass a matte finish, and overall, I really like it. It does pick up fingerprints quite easily, but it’s soft to the touch and stands out a bit from traditional glass back designs. Nokia’s selling a downright stunning green colorway along with the boring black color I have, and it’s the one I’d recommend picking up if you buy the phone.
The fit-and-finish of the Nokia 7.2 is definitely one of its strong suits. The phone feels like it was built with love and care, with a sturdy frame, clicky buttons, and a nice bit of heft giving it the essence of a much more expensive phone.
Speaking of buttons, there are a couple things worth pointing out about the ones on the 7.2. The power button has a built-in LED light that pulses when you receive a notification, and it’s equal parts subtle and cool. You can turn it off if you want, but I wish every single phone would adopt something like this.
Moving over the left frame of the Nokia 7.2, you’ll find an extra button that can prompt the Google Assistant just by single-pressing it. This is something we’ve seen on other Nokia phones before, and just like the LED light on the power button, I wish it was the norm across the entire industry.
Just as good as the Nokia 7.1’s hardware is its display. You’re getting a 6.3-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 2280 x 1080. That’s the same resolution as the Nokia 7.1, but the screen is a bit larger compared to the 7.1’s that measured in at 5.84-inches.