Joachim Kuss, the Zeiss chief of communications, the imaging partner for Nokia mobile, seems to have mistakenly leaked a picture of the forthcoming Nokia 7.2 smartphone.
The leak appeared on Kuss’ Twitter page, but it was quickly removed afterward. However, eager tech bloggers like @ishanagarwal24 have seen and took a screenshot of the picture, saving it for the public to see. Besides the leaked image of the phone, Kuss also wrote in the tweet that a September launch is already set.
The Twitter post was made after a briefing with members of the press, and it expressed excitement for the condition of today’s photography and videography. Perhaps because of his enthusiasm, Kuss uploaded the photo that was not supposed to see the light of the day, at least not yet, but he then removed it.
Nokia 7.2 Leaked By Zeiss Chief Of Communications
We know the Internet doesn’t work like this, and we’ve got proof: numerous tech geeks have already managed to download and reshare it. What is impressive about this specific leaked image is that it depicts the smartphone featuring three cameras in a circular setting, together with a LED flash.
The cameras are, as expected, developed by Zeiss; therefore, it explains why the company’s executive published the details about this upcoming smartphone. The primary camera on the back is a 48MP lens, but the capabilities of the other two cameras are still unknown.
The image also shows a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, even though there is not much else we can say about the handset. The IFA 2019 event is slowly approaching, taking place in a few weeks, so the new Nokia smartphone’s release date is not that far away. After it took control of Nokia, HMD Global has released a few smartphones in the Android industry. The upcoming Nokia 7.2 will only trigger the company’s take of the mid-range smartphone segment.
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