As of June 25, 2019, all Nokia phones which could be eligible for an change to Android 9 Pie have won the OS. Without equal to join the Pie celebration is the Nokia 1, whose OS is rolling out now. With that, attention is now turning to Android Q, the latest and biggest from Google.
Similar to what came about throughout the beta testing phase of Android Pie, HMD International has enrolled one device throughout the ongoing Android Q beta program, the Nokia 8.1. Then again, this doesn’t suggest the OS won’t be made available for various Nokia phones.
In fact, given all we learn about Android One devices, it’s easy to tell which Nokia phones will probably be upgraded to Android Q, on the other hand we can’t get a hold of an first rate timeline. Moreover, since this isn’t first rate from HMD, don’t come for our necks if problems cross reverse to expectations.
Phrase that the record underneath doesn’t apply any order particularly and is topic to change.
It’s unclear if the Nokia 2.1 and Nokia 1 will get updates to Android Q, on the other hand with Google’s expected endured determination to Android Pass coupled with HMD’s promise of rolling out not unusual updates even to one of the crucial price range of its phones, the pair can have to join the Nokia 1 Plus in receiving the Q change.
As well-known earlier, an first rate timeline is what we can’t get a hold of right now, on the other hand we can guestimate that, at least in keeping with final 12 months’s happenings, Nokia devices will get started receiving the change to Android Q somewhere in September 2019 going forward.