HMD Global has started to roll out Android 8.1 Oreo update for the Nokia 8 smartphone. The company has also been consistent in terms of releasing latest Android updates and monthly security updates for their smartphones.
According to data from research firm Counterpoint, 2017 was a very good year for HMD Global and the Nokia brand. The new update brings all the Android 8.1 features introduced by Google such as new settings menu, revamped power menu, Bluetooth Battery percentage display, and so on. The version was being updated with the February Android security patch. As per screenshots posted by some users who have received the update, the size of the file will be roughly 1.56GB.
Android 8.1 comes with numerous changes over Android 8.0.
The Android 8.1 for the Nokia 8 weights in at around 1562.7MB.
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First and foremost is the Nokia 2's enormous 4,100 mAh battery which offers up to two days of juice on one charge.
It sports a dual camera system on the rear, which comprises of a 13-megapixel RGB sensor and a 13-megapixel Monochrome sensor, and supports Optical Image Stabilisation, laser and phase detection autofocus and dual-LED flash. Even more so when you factor in just how badly other, classic brands like BlackBerry are doing.
As reported earlier, HMD Global, the license holder of Nokia is likely to launch a number of new smartphones at the MWC event, starting from February 25 of this year.
Nokia was once the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world but lost its appeal when it made a decision to overlook Android and start making Windows-powered smartphones. Well know more about HMD's plans for the year at the upcoming tech trade show.