IFA 2019 begins in just over a week with the Nokia 7.2 expected to launch there and we have several photos of it that have been leaked from various sources.

As you can see by the significant camera bump at the back, the Nokia 7.2 is expected to have three rear cameras and what looks like a rear fingerprint sensor, according to photos supplied to Techmesto by Huy Cận.

The three back cameras are speculated to be a 48 MP main camera (possibly taking 12MP photos using pixel binning) as well as zoom and depth sensing lenses.

The phones front shows a minimal bezel and icons that confirm it is running Android One.

A closer look at the camera bump with clearly placed ZEISS logo can be seen in this tweet by Ishan Agarwal.

Hopefully the Nokia 7.2 is a worthy successor to the Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 7.1.

Thanks to HMD Global’s confusing naming strategy it’s unclear at this stage whether the 7.2 specs are all better then it’s predecessors in the 7 series.

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Adam J

Oh dear, looks like they’ve kept the same awkward size as the 7.1. Narrow and long with bevelled glass edges that pick up a bunch of false touches.