Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 6 and Nokia 5 reportedly removing Dec Android Security update


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HMD Global is reportedly rolling out a Dec Android confidence refurbish for a Nokia 8 Sirocco, Nokia 6 and Nokia 5 smartphones. As per a Nokiamob.net report, a changelog for a refurbish simply mentions a new confidence patch and there’s no additional feature. The Update is pronounced to import around 80 MB for a Nokia 8 Sirocco and about 100 MB for Nokia 5 and 6 smartphones. If a news is to be believed, Nokia is not shying divided from spending time and gripping a comparison phones adult to date, during slightest in terms of confidence patches. This news also comes shortly after a association started rolling out Android 9 Pie refurbish for a Nokia 8 underneath a open beta module and a Nokia 7.1 Plus users reported of removing a Dec confidence patch for their phones. 

The Android Pie refurbish for a Nokia 8 was announced by a company’s Chief Product Office, Juho Sarvikas on Twitter. Sarvikas tweeted, “Thank we for your patience. Since we had to wait a bit longer than approaching for Android 9 on your Nokia 8, we motionless to make an evident Beta Labs release. Please join us in finalizing a blurb recover – your feedback is intensely valuable.”  This new refurbish brings Android Pie disdainful facilities for a device like a new complement navigation gesture, Adaptive Battery, and Adaptive Brightness. It also updates is somewhat over 1.8GB in distance and it also updates a Android confidence patch turn to Dec 2018. Those who are meddlesome in perplexing out a new Android Pie refurbish on their Nokia 8 phones can conduct over to a central Nokia Beta Labs website and register in a company’s open beta program. Do note that a refurbish is now in beta and can have some bugs and issues.

The association also recently launched a Nokia 8.1 smartphone in India. The new device facilities an HDR10 enabled PureView arrangement and sports Zeiss optics for a twin back cameras. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC and is versed with a 6.18-inch full-HD+ shade with an 18.7:9 aspect ratio. The device runs on batch Android 9 Pie and is corroborated by a 3500mAh battery, that also supports 18W discerning charge. The Nokia 8.1 comes in one pattern of 4GB RAM, joined with 64GB of inner storage and is labelled during Rs 26,999. You can review a initial impressions of a phone here.

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