Nokia Android 9 Pie Update Details (2019)

    Nokia Android 9 Pie Update Details (2019) is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

    This is everything you need to know about current and upcoming Nokia Android Pie updates. If you’re wondering “will my Nokia phone get Android Pie?” we’re here to help. In 2018 Google released another update with tons of features, and it’s slowly arriving for more devices, including several Nokia phones.

    Some of those include the Nokia 6.1, Nokia 7, and the Nokia 8. They’re one of several manufacturers that joined Google in the Android Pie Developer Preview. As a result, updates are coming faster than expected.

    In fact, Nokia was one of the first to release Android Pie to users, starting with the Nokia 7 Plus, 6.1 and 6.1 Plus, with more on the way. You’ll love the improved battery life, smart features, and everything else that comes with this new software. So, read on for more details.

    • The first official Nokia Android Pie update arrived in September
    • More devices received the latest software in December and January
    • The company recently confirmed older devices will get it soon

    Nokia Android 9 Pie Updates

    As we said moments ago, these recent Nokia Android Pie updates aren’t the only ones or the first. In fact, the company quickly released Pie for the Nokia 7 Plus back in September. That’s expected though, as they’re part of Google’s new Android One initiative which promises quick software releases.

    Next, the company updated the Nokia 8 and now the 8 Sirocco in January of 2019. Eventually, a few other phones released last year will get it too. You can try the Nokia 8 Android Pie beta right now by clicking here. The company recently confirmed that they missed the November release schedule, but quickly fixed that within a few weeks.

    They continue to impress, and with software updates coming this fast we’ll continue to recommend Nokia as some of the best cheap Androids available. So far, they’ve updated 8 devices to Android 9 Pie. Moving forward, expect several other Nokia phones to get betas, join betas, or see official updates in January or February.

    Will My Nokia Get Android 9?

    What Nokia devices will get Android 9 Pie? Well, most. Any phone released within the last 12-18 months will. Technically, any phone released in that timeframe is required by Google to get updates.

    Better yet, HDM Global (Nokia, basically) confirmed that EVERY single Nokia phone made by them will get the update to Android 9 Pie. That’s impressive, to say the least.

    First, the Android Pie update hit the Nokia 7 Plus, then the 6.1 and 6.1 Plus are enjoying a slice, followed by the regular 7, the 8, and more will be here soon enough. Basically, every phone from the ultra-budget Nokia 1 to the most expensive Nokia 8 Sirocco will get Pie or did already. Remaining updates will continue during the first few months of 2019.

    What’s New in Android 9 Pie

    There are lots of new Android 9 features that you can use to do more with your phone and tablet. Users will enjoy bundled and smarter notifications, auto-fill improvements, and tons of “smart” features throughout. Not to mention new gesture navigation controls, digital wellbeing options, app actions, adaptive battery saver, Google Assistant improvements, Google Lens, themes, and support for the notch. That’s on top of the usual performance and battery life changes.

    Here’s a detailed breakdown of everything that’s new in Pie. Then, we’ve also compared it to Android 8 Oreo for those interested. Keep in mind that most of Nokia’s phones are a part of Android One, so some features may be different or missing.

    One potential bonus is the fact that they use a stock Android experience. It isn’t covered with a skin like Samsung or LG, so it should run great on any phone, even the affordable Nokia 1 or 2. Expect each Nokia Android Pie update to fix a few bugs, add new features, and have device-specific changes or fixes as they arrive.

    Final Thoughts

    Right now, Nokia is taking over the affordable budget Android phone category. In a market previously dominated by Motorola, which updates phones extremely slow, you can get an excellent Android phone from Nokia with the guarantee of fast and timely updates. That’s a big deal.

    The best four phones released by HDM Global already have Pie, budget phones have Pie, and we’re expecting more any day now. Plus, we’re expecting some exciting new phones from Nokia this year with Android Pie out of the box.

    Basically, expect your Nokia phone to have Android 9 Pie any day now, or very soon. That’s something we won’t be able to say about Samsung, LG, or other big manufacturers. As more software updates arrive we’ll confirm the details right here, so stay tuned.

    Nokia Android 9 Pie Update Details (2019) is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

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