Nokia 1 Plus finally bags stable Android 11 Go edition in these regions
Android 11 has been with us for many moons at this point and many OEMs are on their final leg of rolling out this version of Android to eligible devices. Check out our Android 11 tracker for more.
Nokia is among the few OEMs today with a pretty slim portfolio of devices, although this keeps growing with each new device launched.
With this, and the fact that Nokia sticks to a pretty slim, barebones version of Android (Android One and Android Go), one would expect Nokia to be among the best-performing OEMs in terms of rolling out new software versions. Spoiler, nope, they’re not.
Nokia 1 Plus is a pretty solid device for anyone in the market for an inexpensive Android phone that offers all the basics while remaining affordable.
Not too long ago, we got a hint that Nokia was probably going to roll out a stable Android 11 Go edition to users of Nokia 1 Plus when Vodafone Australia confirmed testing was underway.
Well, true to that allusion, it is now official that the Finnish company has a treat for users of the Nokia 1 Plus as this new Android version is now rolling out.
The company adds that this update will be rolled out in phases and users of Nokia 1 Plus in these regions will get the update in the first wave.
– Bolivia (Tigo)
– Bulgaria (Mtel, vivacom, Telenor)
– Chile (Entel, Movistar, Claro, WOM)
– Colombia (Claro, Movistar)
– Costa Rica (Claro)
– Ecuador (Movistar)
– El Salvador Claro, (Tigo)
– Guatemala Claro, (Tigo)
– Honduras Claro, (Tigo)
– Macedonia (Cosmofon, Vip MKD)
– Moldova (Moldcell)
– Montenegro (Telenor, Mtel)
– Nicaragua (Claro, Tigo)
– Poland (Plus, PLAY)
– Romania (Digi RO)
– Saudi Arabia
– Serbia (Telenor SRB, MTS, Vip mobile)
With this Nokia 1 Plus Android 11 rollout, Nokia is inching ever so close to completing the rollout of Android 11 to its eligible devices and as hype for Android 12 continues to simmer, we can only hope for better rollout from this OEM.
We shall continue to keep an eye on Nokia’s Android 11 rollout and you can check out our dedicated tracker for more on that.
NOTE: We have these and many more Nokia stories in our dedicated Nokia section.
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