HMD Global has finally completed upgrading its devices to Android 10, and is now fully focused on Android 11. Nokia 3.1 was the penultimate device to receive the Android 10 update, which began to be released. yesterday, and today the Nokia 5.1 also receives the same treatment. This ends a long journey that lasted just over a year and now allows the company to focus on Android 11.
And speaking of Android 11, the company today unveiled its roadmap for this update. However, this image is nothing different from the image we revealed here on September 28th.
We are very excited to announce our # Android11 upgrade roadmap! 🥳 We have released over 1000 updates over the past 3 years as part of our pure, secure and up-to-date commitment to keeping your device safe and protected with the latest versions of Android. Here are the next 1000! pic.twitter.com/GJ7RsDImfq
– Nokia Mobile (@NokiaMobile) October 8, 2020
HMD Global has completed Android 10 updates on the Nokia device
Thus, we are left with confirmation of the availability of Android 11 for Nokia phones, which will work until the end of the second quarter of 2021, and as always, has all equipment launched in the last 24 months. Typically, all phones that left the factory with Android 9.0 Pie are expected to receive the Android 11 update, forcing the company to deliver on the two-year promise of major updates.
However, it should be noted that smartphones with letters in their name, such as Nokia C5 and C2, are not included in this roadmap, possibly due to the exclusivity of the operator.
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