At this point, it comes as no warn that Nokia is simply one of a best in a attention when it comes to updating their hardware. One of a reasons since Nokia inclination accept updates before competitors is since many of their phones are partial of a Android One program. They offer a pure, Stock Android knowledge and updates are delivered regularly. The association expelled Android Pie developer previews for a Nokia 7 Plus, before move to recover fast Android Pie for both a Nokia 7 Plus and a Nokia 6.1 in a weeks after a release. The association has even betrothed Android Pie refurbish for a entirety of Nokia/HMD’s device lineup, even a aged and low-cost ones. Today another Nokia phone can join a list of Pie-supported devices, as a fast refurbish is rolling out to a Nokia 6.1 Plus.
— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) October 31, 2018
The proclamation was done by Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer of HMD Global, on Twitter. The device already had an open Android Pie beta a few weeks ago, so it was usually a matter of time before a fast build was expelled en masse. The refurbish also comes with Oct confidence patches, as good as a full set of Android Pie features, including a new Recents menu, shade gestures, Adaptive Battery, Adaptive Brightness, and more. The refurbish is now rolling out over-the-air to Nokia 6.1 Plus users around a globe. It weighs in during around 1349.5 MB and should strike your device shortly. You might have to wait adult to a week, depending on where we live as a rollout is incremental.