Nokia 7.2 Is Now Available For Sale in India: Price, Specs, & Launch Offers

Karamchand Rameshwar - Sep 24, 2019


Nokia 7.2 Is Now Available For Sale in India: Price, Specs, & Launch Offers

One week after its official launch in India, the Nokia 7.2 finally goes on sale in the country for a starting price of Rs. 18,599.

The Nokia 7.2 has just been up for sale in the Indian market today, one week after its official launch in the country. The handset was first introduced at IFA 2019 earlier in the month. The Nokia 7.2 is an Android One phone, and that means the handset comes with a stock version of Android OS and get timely updates as well. Highlights of the phone include a 48MP main sensor in the triple rear camera system and a 6.3-inch PureDisplay HDR display technology. Moreover, the handset is driven by a Snapdragon 660 octa-core processor and up to 6GB RAM. If you are interested, check out more details of the Nokia 7.2’s price and specifications below.

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Nokia 7.2: Price & Launch offers

The handset is priced at Rs. 18,599 for the base variant with 4GB RAM / 64GB storage. The price goes up to Rs. 19,599 for the top-end option with 6GB RAM / 64GB storage. You can purchase it via the company’s online store or Flipkart in two color variants - Cyan Green and Charcoal. The device will also be up for sale via offline stores in the recent future.

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Launch offers for the Nokia 7.2 include no-cost EMIs, 10 percent cashback for HDFC consumer finance, Jio benefits up to Rs. 7,200, and 10 percent cashback for HDFC Bank credit and debit cards at offline stores (this offer is also valid until 31 October). In addition, the company also offers a gift card worth Rs. 2,000 when purchasing the phone at its online store. Flipkart also offers an additional exchange discount of Rs. 2,000.

Nokia 7.2: Specifications

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The Nokia 7.2 comes with a 6.3-inch FHD+ display with support for HDR10. It is powered by a Snapdragon 660 SoC, paired with up to 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage (expandable up to 512GB). In terms of camera, it features a triple camera system (48MP + 8MP + 5MP) at the back and a 20MP selfie camera on the front. It is fueled by a 3,500 mAh battery with support for 15W fast charging solution.

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