While this phone may seem like it's running mostly feature phone specs, it still has a decent-sized battery at 2100 mAh.
Starting with the Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 6.2, both phones sport a similar design with a waterdrop styled notch up front. This should sound very familiar if you've already read about the Nokia 7.2 earlier today. It will cost 109 Euros.
It's like Nokia took the 6.2 device and put it in the drier to shrink, but so extremely slightly that it's confusing.
Nokia 7.2 has a 6.3-inch FHD+ display with Gorilla Glass 3 on the front and back. Under the hood is a Snapdragon 660 chipset and a 3,500mAh battery with up to two days of battery life.
One of the things we love most about the Nokia 7.1 is that it is part of the Android One program which guarantees monthly security updates for three years, Android version updates for two years, and no unnecessary preinstalled bloatware. On the camera front, it is loaded with a triple-camera setup at the rear panel, which comes with a combination of 48-megapixel Zeiss Optic primary sensor along with an 8-megapixel 118-degree ultra-wide angle lens with 120-degree FOV and a 5-megapixel depth sensor along with LED flash.
Triple camera with a 16MP main sensor - Image fusion and stacking for HDR and Night mode, but no pixel binning. The handset will be available in 3GB or 4GB RAM options with 32GB, 64GB and 128GB inbuilt storage options. There's an 8-megapixel camera up front for selfies. Its wireless connectivity options include up to WiFi 802.11n, and Bluetooth 4.2. In addition to a physical fingerprint sensor at the back, the device support Qualcomm aptX audio as well.More news: Smart Car Saved from Dorian | Dave 10am - 2pm
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The Nokia 800 Tough caught my eye; being a properly rugged phone (not just a tough-as-nails Nokia 3310), its created to go to war, with IP68 rating and passing all 13 tests for Mil-spec 810g rating, you can drop, throw, sit on or chock wheels with the Nokia 800 Tough and it'll keep on working. It also comes with IP68-rated dust and water-proofing, as well as MIL-STD-810G rating for resistance to drops and extreme temperatures.
All HMD's new phones will be available in the coming months, and while Australian pricing hasn't been confirmed, the European reference pricing has been given above, and we understand Australian pricing will follow pretty closely on a conversion basis. The Nokia 800 Tough comes with a EUR109 (~RM505), and will only be available in October. WhatsApp and Facebook are pre-installed on the device, but you can also download other social media apps including YouTube. The phone runs KaiOS and comes with the Google Assistant. In terms of specifications, Nokia 800 Tough features a 2.4-inch QVGA display, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of expandable storage. It can run these apps thanks to its KaiOS. The India price will also play a major role in deciding the fate of the smartphone.So stay with Gadgets Now for the review, where we will talk about the design, display, overall performance, cameras and the battery in detail.
HMD Global's latest Nokia feature phones come in two peppy colours of blue and pink, and black as well.
Lastly, the Nokia 110 is all about entertainment with an MP3 player and an FM radio.
Acknowledging that the Nokia 2720 Flip might be given to people's parents, it also includes a safety function where - at a single button press - an alert can be sent to up to 5 contacts by phone call and SMS to make sure help is on the way when it's needed.
The phone has 4MB of RAM and 4MB of storage.