In recent years Nokia smartphones have started to become more popular as they offer a wealth of features at an appropriate price. The mobile division of the company was sold to Microsoft in 2014, but old employees formed a new company called HMD. Recently, Nokia 7.2 leaked on Geekbench with Android 9 and 6GB RAM.
When Nokia decided to buy back the division from Microsoft in 2016, it offered an exclusive license to HMD, which manufactures devices under the Nokia brand, which has retained its fame across the world. Many reviewers praised the new wave of Nokia devices, including the Nokia 5, 6, and 8. The quality of the built and the endurance of the devices appears to be a common trait, and many publications highlight the fact that the devices are quite affordable.
According to a recent leak, a new Nokia flagship is in the making. The device, which is currently known under the codename of Daredevil, has started to surface a few weeks ago. The latest leak infers that the device is Nokia 7.2, and it was spotted on a reliable platform which offered valuable data in the past.
Nokia 7.2 leaked on Geekbench with Android 9 and 6GB RAM
The major highlight is that the recent leak also features some interesting technical details about the upcoming device. It seems that the device will sport a mighty octa-core processor. The name of the processor remains a secret for now, but HMD will likely opt for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 710. The same chip could surface on several mid-tier devices in 2019. It will be accompanied by 6GB of RAM, which should be plenty for any tasks.
Software-wise the smartphone will run Android 9.0 Pie, and there will be no additional customizations layers on top of it, which is quite great for those who love the pure Android experience. And update to Q may be offered at some point in the future.
A triple camera sensor could make an appearance, but that remains to be seen. An official announcement on Nokia 7.2 may take place on September 5 when an event is scheduled.
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