HMD Global, which makes Nokia-branded smartphones, recently announced that it will launch Android 10 on Nokia 7.1,media reported. This is the second smartphone the company has ever offered to update the system, and the other is The Nokia 8.1.
Nokia is usually one of the fastest companies to release Android updates, and while it’s not the fastest, the Finnish company is doing a good job. But that should be expected, since most of its phones are part of the Android One project and come with a fairly clean Android system.
Android 10 was officially launched on the Pixel device in September, including some major improvements, such as the true system-wide dark mode and a new gesture navigation system that replaces features such as the cylindrical buttons that Come With Android Pie and improvements to smart replies.
This update may be rolled out in specific markets first and will expand over time.