Hands-on review with the Nokia 7.2, HMD’s latest mid-range smartphone launched at IFA 2019. Boasting a new triple-lens camera, upgraded specs compared with the 7.1 and that Android One stock UI, the Nokia 7.2 could be my favourite mobile revealed out in Berlin. The price begins at 299 Euros, while the release date is the end of September – so not long to wait now! Here’s my early impressions and check back soon for an in-depth camera test, review and more. First up, you get that same sleek design that we’ve come to love from the company, complete with a Satin surfacing and Gorilla Glass to toughen it up. That upgraded rear snapper sports a 48MP f/1.79 primary lens, plus 8MP ultra-wide-angle and 5MP depth sensor. You get a new portrait mode and night mode, alongside the usual camera features. The Nokia 7.2 is powered by a Snapdragon 660 chipset with a choice of RAM and storage, plus 512GB SD card support (or dual SIM connectivity). So far I’m really liking this handset, which should hit the UK for around £300. Full review coming soon!