[Live in Australia] Nokia 7.2 Android 10 update goes live (Download links inside)
This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..
Original story (published on March 31) follows:
HMD Global has started rolling out the stable version of the Nokia 7.2 Android 10 update. The firmware arrives after weeks of waiting following the device’s launch at the IFA 2019 event last September.
Alongside the Nokia 7.2, the Nokia 6.2 was also unveiled on this same day. Both devices came preinstalled with Android Pie despite the fact that Google had just started rolling out the stable Android 10 OTA to the Pixel phones.
With sections of its fanbase not entirely convinced by HMD’s decision to go with Android Pie instead of Android 10 out of the box, the company moved in to assure them that the new OS will be ready to roll out in Q1 2020.
But then the coronavirus happened, forcing the Finnish company to revise its Android 10 roadmap, pushing the Nokia 7.2 Android 10 update even further. Until today, it had widely circulated that the update will be released in April or June 2020.
But as I write this, Juho Sarvikas has taken to Twitter to announce that the Nokia 7.2 is now receiving the new OS as an OTA.
Android 10 now available for Nokia 7.2! Check your phone to see if the latest features have already landed.
To back his claim, we already have a couple of reports from device owners confirming that they’ve received Android 10 OTA on their units. The update is arriving as version V2.250 and weighs in at 1.57GB.
Since the OTA update may take some time, we do have the download links (Global and Indian variants) for those who want to install the new package manually.
- Device: Nokia 7.2
- Channel: Global/India Stable
- Version: V2.250
- Android: 10
Update 1 (April 22)
The Android 10 update is now live for the Nokia 7.2 in the US. Head here for more details.
Update 1 (June 18)
The Android 10 update for the Nokia 7.2 is now live for devices in Australia.
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