HMD Global represents the home of Nokia phones. Today, the company has announced the two latest smartphones Nokia 7.2& Nokia 6.2 and the new range of feature phones like Nokia 110, Nokia 800 Tough and Nokia 2720.
Nokia 7.2 which was the first Nokia smartphone to converge a triple camera and PureDisplay featuring an even more powerful 48MP triple, with an ultrawide camera that possesses an 118-degree field of view.
The camera also had a Quad Pixel technology and ZEISS Optics to acquire stunning image capture results. Nokia 7.2 also holds a range of ZEISS bokeh styles which are extremely exclusive to Nokia smartphones, alongside even more AI-powered features such as night mode. Nokia 7.2 binds with its stunning PureDisplay technology and always-on HDR.
It also has a timeless Nordic design with tough Corning® Gorilla® Glass protecting both the front of the phone and the back to re-state what fans should expect from this smartphone segment.
Nokia 6.2, which was the first 6 series smartphone that premiered a triple camera and PureDisplay technology along with ‘always-on’ HDR to a new smartphone segment which has been powered by a attached visual processor that delivers up to one billion shades of colour, with a combination of AI-features and an even more powerful triple sensor camera.
It is packed with the latest features and stays true to the design heritage of Nokia’s feature phones, Nokia has introduced three feature phones. The new Nokia 110 arrives with everything that one needs to be entertained on the run; it also has an MP3 player for your favourite music collection, FM radio[i], famous games such as the classic Snake, along with a long-lasting battery.
Nokia 800 Tough is the first and foremost rugged Nokia phone from the HMD Global. Nokia 800 Tough is a phone with a smart feature that brings up a new level of durability.
It has been designed for heavy-duty usage. Not only is Nokia 800 Tough water as well as dustproof, but also it is protected against the drops and has been designed to withstand the extreme temperatures.