Nokia 6.2, Nokia 5.1 Plus, Nokia 3.4, Nokia 2.4, Nokia 1 Receiving Updates in India, Other Regions: Report


Nokia 6.2, Nokia 5.1 Plus, Nokia 3.4, Nokia 2.4, and Nokia 1 are receiving updates, in line with a report. Out of those telephones, Nokia 1, Nokia 2.4, and Nokia 5.1 Plus are receiving the January 2021 Android safety patch, whereas Nokia 3.Four continues to be on the December 2020 Android safety patch. Nokia 6.2 has already obtained the January safety patch. Nokia 3.Four and Nokia 6.2, nonetheless, have new Android 10 builds obtainable through the replace. The updates are rolling out in India and different international locations.

As per a report by NokiaMob, the Nokia 1 replace is round 82.58MB in measurement in India and Sri Lanka. The Nokia 2.4 replace is round 27.15MB in India whereas the Nokia 3.4 replace is about 57.41MB in Europe. The replace for Nokia 5.1 Plus is round 24.79MB in measurement in India, whereas the Nokia 6.2 replace is 55.34MB in measurement in Finland and Europe, in line with the report.

Moreover the above-mentioned international locations, the updates for the Nokia telephones are probably rolling out throughout the globe, acknowledged the report. If you have not obtained a notification for the replace in your eligible Nokia handset, you’ll be able to verify for the replace manually within the telephone’s settings.

Nokia 3.Four and Nokia 6.2 and Nokia 3.Four are additional receiving Android 10 construct (V1.330) and Android 10 construct (V2.400), respectively, acknowledged the report. As per a report by NokiaPowerUser, the Android 10 construct (V2.400) for Nokia 6.2 brings with it person interface enhancements and improved system stability. Moreover Finland and Europe, this replace is reportedly rolling out in Egypt as nicely.

Nokia recommends customers to obtain the replace utilizing Wi-Fi.

It’s attainable that the replace will roll out in phases. Therefore, you could obtain the replace to your Nokia telephone in a couple of days.

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