HMD Global has been bustling rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo to a stream choice over a past few months, with a Nokia 8, Nokia 7, and Nokia 6 (2018), all enjoying a vital OS upgrade. Now, a Finnish association has started rolling out vanilla Oreo for a strange Nokia 6 and a Nokia 5.
Chief product officer Juho Sarvikas reliable a rollout on Twitter progressing today, proudly claiming that a dual mid-range inclination will now be “sweeter and smoother” interjection to Oreo’s additional feature-set.
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In a follow-up tweet, Sarvikas remarkable that a rollout will be phased to “secure peculiarity delivery”. Considering both phones have already been by a beta program, it shouldn’t be too prolonged before all users accept a update.
— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) January 30, 2018
Several Nokia 6 (TA 1021 model) users in India have already shared screenshots of a OTA refurbish that carries a build series V5.220. The refurbish weighs in during only over 1.8 GB and adds Picture-in-Picture mode, app presentation dots, confidence improvements, and a Jan Android confidence patches.
HMD Global has finished an excellent pursuit of updating a Android register in a timely fashion. Just yesterday, a organisation reliable that an Oreo beta for a Nokia 3 is “around a corner”, while a entry-level Nokia 2 will burst true to Android 8.1 Oreo serve down a line.
Meanwhile, a regenerated range’s de-facto flagship, a Nokia 8, is now concerned in an 8.1 Oreo beta.