[Live in India] Nokia 3.2 Android 10 update begins rolling out in batches, wider push expected on April 10
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on April 7, 2020) follows:
HMD Global promised to roll out Android 10 to a handful of its devices in Q1 2020, but then the coronavirus outbreak happened, forcing a revision to the initial roadmap.
Devices like the Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 6.2 were greatly affected by this pandemic, but the former has since been upgraded to Android 10. Consequently, owners of the Nokia 6.2 have been left asking questions of when the OS will arrive on their units.
But even before the device picks up its first major OS upgrade, the entry-level Nokia 3.2 Android 10 update has started rolling out in various markets across the globe in all of its stable glory.
Happy to announce, Android 10 rollout for Nokia 3.2 has started! Check the link for more details and the availability in different countries
The above statement is what HMD CPO Juho Sarvikas tweeted minutes ago, indeed confirming that the rollout is on. A quick look at the official announcement post in the Nokia community forums also reveals a handful of reports from Nokia 3.2 owners who have received the update.
The OTA package is arriving as version V2.270 and bundles the March security patch alongside new navigation gestures, system-wide dark mode, smart reply, and additional location and privacy controls, among others.
According to HMD, the Nokia 3.2 Android 10 update is rolling out in batches. This means some users will get it ahead of others. Apparently, only 10% of Nokia 3.2 owners in each of the following markets are receiving the new OS today, 50% by April 10 and 100% by April 12.
- Hong Kong
- Sri Lanka
Update 1 (July 23)
Nokia 3.2 users in India are now beginning to receive the Android 10 update. The build number for the latest software is V2.310 and it also brings the June 2020 security patch. It is rolling out via OTA with a size of 145MB.
Thanks for the tip Krishna K!
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