HMD Global releases Android 11 on two more Nokia phones

HMD came to be praised for its speed in updating devices to the latest version of Android in 2018 when it delivered Android Pie at a considerably faster speed than competitors.

But the Nokia representative in the world of cell phones did not keep pace in 2019 with Android 10 and got even worse with Android 11.

Until February, when the update for Nokia 8.3 5G was released, no smartphone of the brand had received a system update. And the device was the only one of the company awarded Android 11 until this Tuesday, April 7, when the update package for two more models, Nokia 2.3 and 8.1, was released.

For now, HMD Global has released Android 11 for some markets and will update in small waves even within selected countries. According to a company representative, 10% of users can now update their devices, while another 50% should receive the notification on April 10, leaving the rest for the 12th, when all units will be able to take advantage of the latest version of the system. operational.

Nokia 2.3 will follow these percentages for users in the following countries: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Denmark, Estonia, Philippines, Finland, Hong Kong, Iceland, Laos, Latvia, Lithuania, Macau, Malaysia, Nepal, Norway, Sri Lanka, Sweden, and Vietnam.

But the Nokia 8.1 changes some countries on the list, which is as follows: Bangladesh, Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, India, Macau, Malaysia, Nepal, and Vietnam. There are fewer countries, with a greater concentration on the Asian market. Interestingly, the list on Nokia’s official forum repeats some nations.

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