HMD Global introduced Android Pie to the Nokia 8 final week, however the company isn’t completed simply but. The Nokia emblem licensee has simply introduced that the replace is now heading to the Nokia 5.1 Plus too.
Juho Sarvikas, HMD Global’s leader product officer, showed the inside track on Twitter. Exact main points weren’t disclosed, however we’re anticipating a phased roll-out over the following couple of days. Don’t panic when you’re now not seeing the replace to your device simply but.
— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) December 27, 2018
Screenshots of the change-log display that the Nokia 5.1 Plus replace weighs in at over 1.2GB, and is mentioned to come with new machine navigation capability, Adaptive Battery, Adaptive Brightness, and “predictive software movements.” The latter seems like a posh title for Android Pie’s App Actions function. Otherwise, you’ll be able to additionally be expecting the December 2018 safety patches to be integrated on this replace.
— Hellboy (@TopobarLayek) December 27, 2018
We’re satisfied to see Adaptive Battery it appears integrated within the roll-out, particularly after this option didn’t make it into the Nokia 8’s Android Pie replace. HMD is reportedly bringing the function to the 2017 flagship in a later replace.
We’re satisfied to see the Finnish corporate upgrading its inexpensive telephones, however Twitter customers have voiced their displeasure on the lack of Pie for the Nokia 8 Sirocco. Sarvikas prior to now mentioned the Sirocco’s replace can be “subsequent in line” after the Nokia 8, so we will unquestionably see why house owners of the pseudo-flagship can be disillusioned.