Nokia 6.1 Plus to get Android 9 Pie shortly as Beta contrast is complete


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According to Nokia Power User, a Beta contrast for Android 9 on a Nokia 6.1 Plus is finish and a association is approaching to hurl out a refurbish soon. HMD has noted a Beta contrast for Android 9 on a Nokia 6.1 Plus as finish and has mailed a appreciate we note to all a beta testers. The appreciate we note reads, “Many interjection for being partial of a Android 9 Pie Nokia phones beta labs module with your Nokia 6.1 Plus. Thanks to your profitable feedback, a central recover will shortly be prepared and accessible to millions of users. Once Android 9 is authorized by your operator, it will be automatically pushed to we around OTA.”

There is no information accessible about an central recover date for a updated OS on a Nokia smartphone. There is no India recover date accessible either. It is however good to see Nokia live adult to a guarantee of arising program updates to their smartphone.

Speaking of a specifications of a Nokia 6.1 Plus, a smartphone has a 5.8-inch Full HD+ notched arrangement with a 19:9 aspect ratio and is stable by a Gorilla Glass 3. It is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor and is upheld by 4GB RAM. The 64GB internal storage can be stretched adult to 400GB around MicroSD card. The dual-SIM device is corroborated by a 3060mAh battery that supports Quick Charge 3.0 technology. When it comes to camera, a Nokia 6.1 Plus is versed with a 16MP + 5MP dual-rear camera setup with Zeiss lenses and on a front, it sports a 16 MP sensor.

In a review of a Nokia 6.1 Plus, we said, “The Nokia 6.1 Plus is a able mid-ranger that ticks all a boxes when it comes to a trending facilities in smartphones of 2018. Its closest opposition is a Redmi Note 5 Pro that also runs on a same hardware. The choice comes down to either we cite a batch Android interface or tradition MIUI. However, an underwhelming camera creates it formidable to suggest this phone over other some-more able inclination in that cost range. The 6.1 Plus is a opening enthusiast’s phone of choice, one who wants a no-nonsense charity that gets a pursuit done. If we have a knack for photography though, a Redmi Note 5 Pro and a Xiaomi Mi A2 are what we should be looking at.”

The Nokia 7 and perceived a Android 9 refurbish towards a finish of September. You can review some-more about that here.

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