HMD Global, the parent organization behind Nokia, has consoled its users that the majority of its current cell phones will get regular Android update, at least till Android P.
While being in a product launch event held in Phillipines this Friday, the organization said that it will take care of regular updates to the majority of its cell phones. The cell phones that were uncovered after HMD assumed control over the assembling unit of Nokia-marked handsets will get updates, fixes and support for Android. The organization authorities additionally expressed that the roll out will keep on Android P, which still can’t seem to be under the wraps by Google.
Android P (9.0) is being worked on by Google with Android O already lauched
In another news, the CTO at HMD Global, Mikko Jaakkola, took to his official Twitter handle saying that the organization will likewise be launching unlocked boot-loaders to the greater part of its as of late introduced cell phones.
The cell phones which will get the said refreshes incorporate the Nokia 8, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6. The entry level Nokia-marked cell phone, Nokia 3 will likewise be getting these updates. Nokia is additionally anticipated that would launch Nokia 2 and Nokia 9 cell phones, the updates will probably move to these up and coming cell phones as well.
In the wake of presenting Android O, Google has begun to chip away at the improvement of Android P. Android P is relied upon to be revealed by Google either in the late first quarter, or in the second quarter of the following month.
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