Sunday, 25 August 2019

Nokia smartphones will receive Android 10 update from Q4 this year

Nokia smartphones - Android 10 update

HMD Global has announced the rundown of the Nokia phones that are preferred the choice to get the latest Android 10 update, the following cycle of Google's mobile operating system.

As indicated by the company, upwards of 17 Nokia smartphones will get the upcoming Android update starting Q4 this year.

As indicated by the official declaration, HMD Global will initially release Android 10 update for the Nokia 9 PureView, Nokia 8.1, and the Nokia 7.1. Be that as it may, the precise take-off calendar may change as indicated by the district, because of neighborhood administrators' endorsements.

Nokia smartphones will receive Android 10 update from Q4 this year

HMD Global will release the update for more handsets.  

Subsequent to offering Android 10 to its top-notch handsets, HMD Global will release the product to ten different models in the first quarter of one year from now.

The subsequent rundown will incorporate Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 6.1, Nokia 4.2, Nokia 3.2, Nokia 3.1 Plus, Nokia 2.2, Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 5.1 Plus, and Nokia 1 Plus.

In conclusion, constantly quarter of 2020, HMD Global will take off Android 10 for its Nokia 2.1, Nokia 3.1, Nokia 5.1, and Nokia 1.

What Nokia says about it? 

Juho Sarvikas (Chief Product Officer) said that "We were the fastest producer to overhaul from Android Oreo to Android Pie over the range.

"Also, with the present rollout plan, we look set to do it much faster for Android Pie to Android 10 redesigns. We are the main maker 100 percent focused on having the latest Android over the whole portfolio," he finished up.


In the meantime, Android Q will be named Android 10

Google had this stunning custom of naming each new Android form after a sweet or scrumptious treat in alphabetical order.

The practice began from Android 1.5 Cupcake and Android 1.6 Donut and proceeded with right till Android 9 Pie. But, this time, the company has jettisoned the treat based naming convention, saying Android Q would essentially be called Android 10.

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