HMD Global bottled the chance to make a statement by releasing the Nokia 7.2. The January patch arrived as version V1.39 some hours ago, and owners of this same device started receiving a mysterious update that can easily be mistaken for Android 10. The new update seems to have some bugs as users face battery-draining issues.
We have come across users in Nokia forums complaining about their battery drain, making them charge the battery twice daily.
Along with the battery drain, users also face problems with the Proximity sensor while the screen goes black during a call and even after finishing the call the screen keeps on black. Nothing works. It seems that the battery drain is not the only problem faced by the users.
“I’m using a brand new Nokia 7.2. But I’m very tensed about the battery backup I’m getting! I’ve lost almost 30% battery after getting only 1 hour of screen on time!” – Nokia 7.2 user
The Nokia 7.2 from the Finnish company, HMD Global is a new mid-range premium device. It features a 6.3-inch Full HD+ LCD display and sports a glass back. Like its predecessor, there is HDR support and PureDisplay technology with high brightness of 500 nits. The display supports always-on display mode and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass. Powered by Snapdragon 660 SoC, the smartphone comes with 4GB or 6GB of RAM and 64GB storage.
It has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, packs a 3,500mAh battery and relies on a 10W charger. But the battery charger is incapable to provide the correct service for some users. We hope that the company looks into the issue as soon as possible.