Nokia licensee HMD Global may reportedly delay its rollout regarding Android 11 to mobile phones that are yet to receive the particular OS update. As per a report, HMD Global had earlier tweeted a roadmap for the rollout plans for Android 11 but that tweet has now been deleted. Htc was reportedly providing two years of OS updates because of its compatible smartphones and was supposed to update its mobile phones till Q2 2021. HMD Global hasn’t clarified precisely why it has decided to retract the particular tweet.
HMD Global had first tweeted in September 2020 highlighting the roadmap for Android 11 updates for its smartphones that will ran up to Q2 2021. However , the company later removed the tweet and hasn’t given any clarification on the move to retract the stated tweet. The tweet had been saved by Neowin, plus reported by Android Law enforcement. The first Nokia smartphone to receive the Android 11 update was Nokia 8. 3 5G . Htc 2 . 2 is the latest device in order to receive the Android eleven update. There is no information on when any of the rest of the listed gadgets will receive the update.
According to the tweet simply by HMD Global, four mobile phones were slated to receive the update in Q4 2020 – Q1 2021, five smartphones in Q1 2021, three in Q1 : Q2 2021, and 2 more in Q2 2021. However only four smartphones out of 14 listed in the particular tweet have received the revise as of now.
HMD Global hasn’t clarified the real reason for the removal of the tweet, so the news should be taken having a pinch of salt, because there is no clarity whether there is a change in plans about the Android 11 rollout.
In other Nokia-related information, HMD Global launched its Nokia Lite Earbuds accurate wireless stereo earbuds final month. The design is recommended to be similar to OnePlus Buds Z . The Nokia earphones offer 36 hours of total battery life with the charging situation. It features an in-ear design and is offered in Dark and Polar Sea colour options. However , there has been simply no information regarding the release from the wireless earbuds in Indian.
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