Yes, everyone, as it sounds. Or at least all your Android phones, of course … It seems that the new Nokia under the shelter of HMD Global never tires of doing things right , and obviouslyhow could it be otherwise.
I had everything Nokia for become the big surprise of 2018 in the industry of smartphones, and the truth is that the Finns have not disappointed starting with the best possible scenario,competing even with the Samsung Galaxy S9 itself for the prominence.
Whether or not they accompany the sales in their rebirth, something that Nokia will still have to fight surely, to the Nordic signature we can only give him wings to continue working . Good example is that to its growing catalog of devices,, we must add an important work of awareness with the software and with the principles that should govern the Android platform.
Because yes folks, Nokia is one of those manufacturers that has been proposed fight with facts against fragmentation in Android championing a necessary change, and their collaboration agreement with Google, which made themIt was just the beginning.
It was already said by Pekka Rantala, the executive vice president of HMD Global, during an event at MWC 2018, and that is that “Working in collaboration with Google makes many more things possible” . The first of those things is that if you want a terminal with the purest Android experience and you can not afford a Pixel made by Google , your best option is any smartphone of the new Nokia .
And also, here’s another reason, because HMD Global has just officially announced that your entire range of Android phones will be updated as soon as possible to Android P , regardless of range or price, nor the time the device has on the market.
It should be normal and it gets weird , but Nokia is the first that seems to sign updates for its entire range as long as hardware compatibility allows it. And now what, manufacturers of the world, how do you respond to that …?
The truth is that Nokia had it easier, because it does not personalize their devices and also most of them are already inside Android One or Android Go , with which it must guarantee support of at least two years, period that the manufacturer is determined to expand.
The commitment of Nokia extends from the Nokia 1 to the Nokia 8 Sirocco including the three new members of the range, and it only excludes the reborn Nokia 3310 and Nokia 8110 because they have proprietary firmware.
Neil Broadley, the company’s marketing manager, claimed that his mantra is still that all the portfolio from Nokia have software “Pure, safe and updated” , and that is for the Nordic firm the most important thing for its customers.
So, as he tells us, all Nokia with Android will receive Android P because they are still within the warranty period of two years required by Google: Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 6.1, Nokia 5.1 and Nokia 3.1 . They are joined by HMD’s promise to update the first generations of Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6 and Nokia 8 of last year.
The Nokia 2.1 and Nokia 1 with Android Go will also receive Android P in its basic version as soon as it is available, and the Nokia 2 He has also received confirmation that he will not run without trying the new version of Android.
It should also be remembered that the Nokia 7 Plus has the honor of being part of the short list of, so the happiness for those who have opted for a Nokia should complete, even more if they have a 7 Plus and are already testing the news of Android 9.
An approach that makes us congratulate a Nokia that says goodbye to fragmentation at a stroke and without anesthesia, showing incidentally the way to the end of the biggest scourge of the Android platform , which means that even today between Lollipop and Marshmallow – versions of four and three years ago respectively – have more than 50 percent penetration share among all Android terminals activated in the world.
Only one flagship is missing to compete with the best of you, and the reconquest of Nokia will be completed at least in the part that concerns them. The reception of the markets will be seen later and we will evaluate with perspective at the moment … ”