Finally, Nokia 3 starts getting Android 7.1.1 Nougat update

Finally, Nokia 3 starts getting Android 7.1.1 Nougat update

The news of the new Nokia 9 having been spotted was first reported by The Android Soul. Lately, we told that the device will get the update by the end of August but it has come after a considerable delay. Although the Nokia 5 - the mid-tier has been delivered along with Android update of 7.1.1 Nougat after it is unboxed, as well as the exclusive Nokia 6 shifted to the broader Android 7.1.1 rollout in the same year.

Google recently released Android 8.0 Oreo and it looks like there will be a long road for it to cover on the distribution chart.

Post to the update of Android 7.1.1 Nougat, Nokia 3 will consist the specifications like the application shortcuts regarding apps, GIF backs through the local keyboard app function in few of the attuned apps such as Messenger, Hangouts, and Google Allo.

The carrier also says the Nexus 6P's September security update is bundled in with the update which clears up a bit of confusion we, and many others, encountered last week after Google deployed its latest security patch.

The Nokia 8 is the company's much awaited flagship device, which comes with a unique Bothie camera feature as its highlight. However, the company has now reportedly started rolling out the Android 7.1.1 Nougat update for the smartphone.

One of the best reasons to install the Nexus 6P Android 8.0 Oreo update right away is to improve your device's performance. The phone battery supports a Qualcomm Quick-Charge 4.

Nokia hasn't revealed its target release date for the Nokia 9 yet, so it all depends on how soon we're going to see the device hit the markets that it would be pre-installed with Oreo update, or receive the Android 8.0 as an OTA. It could also help your phone's applications open faster and run smoother.

As always, we recommend you update via Wi-Fi and take a complete backup of your data before updating. This will help your Nexus 6P conserve battery life. According to Jan Dawson of Jackdaw Research, only a third of users will download Android Oreo.

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