Nokia welcomes Android 10 (Go Version) – updates to start rolling out from Q1 2020

Only a day after Google introduced the Android 10 (Go Edition) that brings a slew of enhancements for entry-level units, Nokia has acknowledged that it’ll start updating its Nokia Go handsets beginning Q1 2020. Nokia’s assertion of intent shouldn’t come as a lot shock contemplating that it’s garnered fairly the popularity for timeous updates to its smartphones.

Which means that Nokia Go handsets such because the Nokia 1 Plus are in line to get the Android 10 (Go Version) replace in Q1 2020, with the Nokia 1 and Nokia 2.1 someday in Q2. Whenever you assume that these are handsets that price $150 or much less, it’s fairly spectacular on Nokia’s half. Particularly while you take a look at different manufacturers comparable to Lenovo rolling out a Pie update to the Moto Z2 Play greater than a 12 months after the Android model was launched, by no means thoughts the manufacturers that neglect about updating their low and mid-range handsets fully.

“Entry level smartphone experience should not be a compromise. #Google proves it with new #Android 10 Go edition offering rich experiences with even better memory mgmt, performance & security.” stated HMD International’s Chief Manufacturing Officer, Juho Sarvikas, “We are working to bring them first on #Nokia smartphones 🙏”

But once more, Nokia is delivering, each on a and software program stage, for its prospects. In case you are pondering of shopping for a brand new price range handset, do bulletins comparable to this make you take into account a model roughly? Tell us within the feedback beneath.

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He is been an Android fan ever since proudly owning an HTC Hero, with the Dell Streak being his first phablet. He presently carries a Huawei P30 Professional and a Huawei MediaPad M5 (8.4) in his pockets and thinks nothing of lugging a 17-inch laptop computer round in his backpack. When not immersed on the planet of Android and devices, he is an avid sports activities fan, and like all South Africans, he loves a great Braai (BBQ).


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