Launch of Android 10 for Nokia smartphones capable Android 10 for all compatible Nokia smartphones Nokia remains at the forefront of the Android operating system and security updates. This is supported by Counterpoint’s analysis, which shows that 94 percent of Nokia’s smartphone portfolio was upgraded to the latest version of Android a year after launch.
Nokia, at the hands of HMD Global, has remained true to its commitment to the safety of its users by completing the launch of Android 10 for all smartphones compatible .
Android 10 for all compatible Nokia smartphones
Nokia remains at the forefront of the Android operating system and security updates. This is supported by analysis of Counterpoint, which shows that 94 percent of Nokia’s smartphone portfolio has been upgraded to the latest version of Android a year after launch. With the Nokia 3.1 update and Nokia 5 . 1, HMD Global celebrated its 1,000th software update implementation over a 3-year period.
HMD Global has also launched its TimeLine for Android 11 updates for Nokia devices. The launch is planned to start in the fourth quarter of 2020. The first devices in line for the Android 11 update this year are Nokia 8 . 3 5G and Nokia 5.3, as well as Nokia 2.2 and Nokia 8.1.
Android 11 and the promise of simplicity
Android 11 promises an update that offers users an easy-to-use operating system, simplified user interface, without bloatware. Nokia devices promise a pure, safe and up-to-date Android experience. They come with up to three years of monthly security updates and two years of updates of the operating system. In fact, recently launched smartphones, even in the entry segment such as Nokia 3.4 and 2.4, are already prepared for the next update, Android 12.
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