Since the first day, the objective of the new Nokia has been to offer users the best possible experience through…
Since the first day, the objective of the new Nokia has been to offer users the best possible experience through software , partnering with Google to bring frequent updates to their devices for a minimum of two years. Now, more than a year after the presentation of the first Nokia terminals in the hands of HMD Global, is when these promises begin to materialize.
And today, one of the managers of HMD Global, has confirmed that the first phones launched at the MWC last 2017, will receive Android P , the next big update of the operating system that will be ready by the end of this summer.
Juo Sarvikas, product manager of HMD Global, has been in charge of confirming one of the most anticipated news by the holders of the Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 original . As he has assured through his Twitter profile, The first two mid-range models presented by the company will receive the update to Android P at the time, withthat Google announced only a week ago during the I / O.
Yes, they will
– Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas)
As is logical, an estimated date for the arrival of this version has not been confirmed, but we are glad to know that Nokia intends to bring the latest Android to its less recent terminals . Something that has even more merit, if we have in mind that the two models, belonging to the intermediate segment of the firm, came to the market with Android in its version 7 Nougat.
And just below the two previous models, is the Nokia 3 The first low-end model launched by the company in February 2017, would be soon to be renewed according to one of the filter feeders most recognized of the scene Android, and would arrive from the beginning with Android 8.0 Oreo.
Or hai Nokia 3.1 aka Nokia 3 (2018).
– Roland Quandt (@rquandt)
For now, neither the Nokia 3, .1, nor the possible Nokia 2.1 and 5.1 have a presentation date . Tomorrow, yes, we have an appointment with the company in China to know your first phone all screen with a “notch”, he, whose details have long ceased to be a mystery.