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HMD Global announces Nokia 7.2, Nokia 6.2 and three other feature phones

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HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, recently announced the smartphones Nokia 7.2 & Nokia 6.2 and the latest range of feature phones Nokia 110, Nokia 800 Tough and Nokia 2720. 

Nokia 7.2, the first Nokia smartphone to combine a triple camera and PureDisplay featuring a powerful 48MP triple, ultrawide camera which has a 118-degree field of view camera with Quad Pixel technology and ZEISS Optics to achieve stunning image capture results. Nokia 7.2 also premiers a range of ZEISS bokeh styles, exclusive to Nokia smartphones, alongside even more AI-powered features such as night mode. Nokia 7.2 combines stunning PureDisplay technology and always-on HDR, with timeless Nordic design with tough Corning® Gorilla® Glass protecting both the front and the back to redefine what fans should expect from this smartphone segment. 

Nokia 6.2, the first 6 series smartphone to premiere a triple camera and PureDisplay technology with ‘always-on’ HDR to a new smartphone segment powered by a dedicated visual processor that delivers up to one billion shades of colour, with a combination of AI-features and a powerful triple sensor camera.

Packed with latest features and staying true to the design heritage of Nokia feature phones, Nokia introduced three feature phones. The new Nokia 110 comes with everything you need to be entertained on the go; an MP3 player for your music collection, FM radio, popular games such as the classic Snake, and a long-lasting battery.

Nokia 800 Tough is the first rugged Nokia phone from HMD Global. Nokia 800 Tough is a smart feature phone that brings a new level of durability, designed for heavy-duty usage. Not only is Nokia 800 Tough water and dust proof, it is also protected against drops and has been designed to withstand extreme temperatures.

Nokia 2720 is a classic Flip phone and it remains as simple and easy to use – only now it has a few added extras, including the Google Assistant, WhatsApp, Facebook and 4G.


An experience that just keeps getting better, Android™ Q ready with Android One

As part of the Android One partnership, Nokia 7.2 & Nokia 6.2 are Android Q ready and will receive guaranteed monthly security updates for three years and OS updates for two years. 

Both these Nokia smartphones come with a dedicated Google Assistant  Button. You can also enjoy the Google Assistant’s new Ambient Mode , which provides an always-on-display when the device is charging. This allows to view upcoming calendar entries, commute times and other contextual information without needing to pick up the device. Google Assistant Ambient Mode can even transform the phone into a digital photo frame while charging.

In addition, Nokia smartphone users will receive a 3-month membership trial to Google One at no extra cost. With Google One  membership, photos, videos, messages and more are safely and automatically backed up in the cloud. With Nokia 7.2 & Nokia 6.2, Google One members will get 100GB of cloud storage across Google Drive, Gmail and Google Photos and access to premium support from Google experience.


Pricing and availability

The Nokia 7.2 will be available in Sri Lanka by 20 September in Charcoal colour at a rate less than Rs. 52,250. Nokia 7.2 will also be available for Pre-orders through MySoftlogic, Daraz and Wow. 

The feature phones, Nokia 110 will be available in Ocean Blue, Black and Pink while the Nokia 800 Tough comes in Black Steel and Desert Sand.

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