HMD Global has been solidifying its name not only as of the company that brought Nokia back to life but also the company that has the best update track record among Android phones. The company has a huge portfolio of smartphones but keeps updating them from the most expensive to the low-end ones. It’s something mandatory since most of the Nokia smartphones are part of Android One device, but it’s amazing when we see a new device getting the latest version of Android. Today, the company is rolling out the Android 10 firmware to the Nokia 3.2.
Happy to announce, Android 10 rollout for Nokia 3.2 has started! Check the link for more details and the availability in different countries #Android10 #Nokia3dot2 https://t.co/0rJYMjRehc pic.twitter.com/tfaG1ETuiv
— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) April 7, 2020
The low-end smartphone is the ninth Nokia smartphone to receive an Android 10 treatment. For that reason, Nokia 3.2 users can expect all the set of goodies to come such as new interface, System-Wide Dark Mode, Smart Replies and Revamped permission controls. Moreover, there’s March 2020 security patch along with deep navigation gestures control.
According to HMD Global, the update will cover Nokia devices 3.2 in 32 countries in the first rollout. It’s quite an extensive rollout. A few devices will receive this update today, the second batch will reach eligible phones on April 10. The final rollout of this update will happen on April 12. We assume that this will only happen if no critical bug appears after the initial rollout.
If everything goes as HMD planned, then the company will shift focus to the next smartphone in line for the Android 10 update.