Nokia licensee HMD Global could reportedly delay its rollout for Android 11 to smartphones which can be but to obtain the OS replace. As per a report, HMD Global had earlier tweeted a roadmap for its rollout plans for Android 11 however that tweet has now been deleted. Nokia was reportedly offering two years of OS updates for its appropriate smartphones and was imagined to replace its smartphones until Q2 2021. HMD Global hasn’t clarified why it has determined to retract the tweet.
HMD Global had first tweeted in September 2020 highlighting the roadmap for Android 11 updates for its smartphones that ran as much as Q2 2021. However, the corporate later eliminated the tweet and hasn’t given any clarification on their transfer to retract the stated tweet. The tweet was saved by Neowin, and reported by Android Police. The first Nokia smartphone to receive the Android 11 replace was Nokia 8.3 5G. Nokia 2.2 is the newest machine to receive the Android 11 replace. There is not any info on when any of the remainder of the listed units will obtain the replace.
According to the tweet by HMD Global, 4 smartphones had been slated to obtain the replace in This fall 2020 – Q1 2021, 5 smartphones in Q1 2021, three in Q1 – Q2 2021, and two extra in Q2 2021. However solely 4 smartphones out of 14 listed within the tweet have acquired the replace as of now.
HMD Global hasn’t clarified the explanation behind the elimination of the tweet, so the information needs to be taken with a pinch of salt, as there is no such thing as a readability whether or not there was a change in plans relating to the Android 11 rollout.
In different Nokia-related information, HMD Global launched its Nokia Lite Earbuds true wi-fi stereo earbuds final month. The design is touted to be much like OnePlus Buds Z. The Nokia earphones provide 36 hours of whole battery life with the charging case. It options an in-ear design and is obtainable in Black and Polar Sea color choices. However, there was no info relating to the discharge of the wi-fi earbuds in India.
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