BREAKING: Nokia 9 PureView Android 10 update goes live across the globe (Download links inside)
Earlier today (technically last night) we reported about the re-arrival of Android 10 update for OnePlus 6/6T via stable channel. Matter of fact, Sony also released the Android 10 OTA for Xperia 1 as well as Xperia 5 a few hours ago. Coincidence? Guess the answer is no.
The flood is getting even stronger, as both Mi Max 3 and Mi 8 Lite picked up Android 10 update via MIUI beta channel. Just when we are planning to call it a day, Nokia drops the bomb.
Yes, the stable Android 10 update is now available for Nokia 9 PureView. The OTA is rolling out across the globe, and the internal software version is V5.31D. This is second Android One phone from Nokia to receive Android 10; first was Nokia 8.1.
A rough translation of the changelog is as follows:
– Software upgrade – Android 10 (V5.31D)
-Dark mode – Take it easy on your eyes
– Smart reply – Save more time with recommended actions
– Gesture navigation – Get around with a swipe and a pull
– Additional controls for privacy and locations
– Google security patch (2019-11)
Soon after, Juho Sarvikas (HMD’s Global Chief Product Officer) shared that the company was testing the release candidate of the long-anticipated build. The tweet reignited the flair among Nokia fans.
Well, things are finalized now, as Nokia’s official Twitter account has already announced the arrival of Android 10 OTA for Nokia 9 PureView.
#Nokia9PureView owners, listen up! 🎉
The latest Android 10 update has made its way to your phones. Tap into an upgraded experience and access the latest features today. Make sure that your phone has Security Patch installed to upgrade your phone to Android 10 🙌
Don’t worry if the update notification has not hit your phone yet. We have already captured the OTA packages (yes, both incremental and full) so that our readers can straightaway sideload the new build.
- Device: Nokia 9 PureView
- Channel: Global Stable
- Version: V5.31D
- Android: 10
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