HMD Global continues a glorious strain of delivering a latest Android Pie program to a smartphone portfolio. After upgrading a Nokia 3.1 Plus final month, a association has now started pulling out a Android Pie OTA refurbish to a Nokia 3.1. The Pie rollout for a Nokia 3.1 is in line with HMD’s roadmap that betrothed a refurbish for Q1 2019. This leaves a Nokia 5.1, Nokia 3 and Nokia 1 as a usually remaining Nokia phones that have to be updated to Pie.
HMD is a usually association right now that has managed to ascent over a dozen of a smartphones to Android Pie. HMD has already recover Android 9 Pie refurbish for a Nokia 7 Plus, Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 5.1 Plus, Nokia 7.1, Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 8, Nokia 6, Nokia 6.1 Nokia 5 and Nokia 2.1.
HMD Global arch Juho Sarvikas announced a recover of Android Pie for a Nokia 3.1 this week. The refurbish should move a Mar confidence patch as good as Pie facilities like navigation gesture, new UI, adaptive brightness, adaptive battery and Digital Wellbeing, among other things.
The Nokia 3.1 was launched final year with Android Oreo. It is now accessible in India during a cost of Rs 7,600 on Amazon India. As an Android One device, a Nokia 3.1 is due to accept dual vital program updates, that means it will accept Android Q in a destiny as well. The Nokia 3.1 sports a 5.2-inch HD+ (1440×720) arrangement and is powered by a MediaTek MT6750 processor interconnected with adult to 3GB of RAM and 32GB of inner storage. The handset offers a 13MP back camera and an 8MP front-facing camera. It houses a 2,990mAh battery.
At MWC 2019, HMD announced a Nokia 3.2, that is a inheritor to a Nokia 3.1. The Nokia 3.2 brings a 6.2-inch HD+ arrangement with a waterdrop nick and a 19:9 aspect ratio. The Nokia 3.2 is powered by a Snapdragon 429 chipset interconnected with adult to 3GB of RAM and 32GB of inner storage. It comes with a singular 13MP camera with flash, a 5MP front-facing camera and a vast 4,000mAh battery that promises to broach a two-day battery life. A integrate of new facilities embody a presentation LED light embedded in a energy symbol on a side and a dedicated Google Assistant button.