A roadmap shows which Nokia phones will get an update to Android 11. Check in this article whether your Nokia device is also updated to the latest Android version.
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Nokia Android 11: these smartphones are getting an update
Nokia shared plans for the Android 11 update on its official Twitter account, but later took the message offline. However, several websites were able to take a screenshot of the roadmap. This gives us a good idea of which Nokia smartphones can expect an Android 11 update.
The Nokia 8.3 5G, Nokia 8.1, Nokia 5.3 and Nokia 2.2 will be updated first: in the fourth quarter of this year (or the first quarter of 2021) these devices should receive an update. This is followed by the Nokia 4.2, 2.4, 2.3, 3.4 and 1.3, which should run on the latest Android version in the first quarter of 2021. Older phones will follow later, such as the Nokia 3.2, 7.2 and 6.2.
These Nokia phones are getting an Android 11 update:
Nokia’s update plans may still change; this may be the reason the company took the roadmap offline. Moreover, HMD Global, the company that makes the Nokia smartphones, does not share specific release dates for the updates. As soon as more is known about this, you will of course read it Android Planet.
→ Do you have a device from another brand? Then check the large Android 11 update overview
This is new in Android 11
Android 11 is the successor to Android 10 and was officially released at the beginning of this month. The new Android version brings many improvements, such as the chat bubbles for better chatting.
In addition, notifications are overhauled, you have more privacy options and Android finally has a built-in screen recording tool. Knowing more? Also check out our Android 11 review and the video below, in which we update you completely in a few minutes.
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