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The maker of Nokia phones is aiming to have all of its existing phones updated to version 9 of Android in the next several weeks.
It seems to be, according to media sources, that it's all going to be covered. All the phones HMD has made will be getting Android 9.
Up for pre-order from Amazon and B&H Photo Video already, the entry-level Nokia 3.1 smartphone is officially launching in the US on July 2.
You can now pre-order the modestly priced, low to mid-end Nokia 3.1 from both B&H Photo Video and Amazon, with the latter promising July 2 deliveries.
The recently unveiled Nokia 3.1 appears to be on its way to at least one reputable US retailer, priced at $159 unlocked in a 16/2 gig variant.
Clean software, smooth hardware and modern amenities all on a budget. The new Nokia 3 is the first of a trio of phones to go to market.
There is no clear indication of what the Nokia smartphone brand licensee wants to do in Russia, but fans have plenty of ideas.
The quad-core MediaTek-powered Nokia 3 is HMD Global's latest smartphone to receive over-the-air Oreo goodies, while the Nokia 1 and 6 are the company's first with kernel source code out.
HMD Global's low to mid-end Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 are starting to receive official Android 8.0 Oreo goodies after completing public beta tests.
The brand licensee, HMD Global, was able to make the bulk of those shipments in the summer quarter after a weak start earlier in the year.
The low to mid-end Nokia 5 is HMD's second smartphone to get an official public Android 8.0 Oreo preview, with the 6 also due for a beta program soon.
A public Android 8.0 Oreo beta has arrived for the Nokia 8 ahead of the phone's official OS update. The 3, 5 and 6 will follow soon.
HMD Global is committed to supporting its Nokia phones for the full measures they deserve and that will include next year's Android OS update.
All four of HMD's Nokia-branded smartphones released in 2017 on Android Nougat should get Oreo updates by the end of the year.
Based on a pair of (ev) leaked renders, HMD's entry-level Nokia 2 looks largely identical to the 3. But will it pack a 4000mAh battery?
It's technically on-time if you hear it from HMD Global, but the real world sees it as late, especially with a month-plus drag time.
Believe it or not, the entry-level Nokia 3 is officially promised Android Oreo software goodies shortly after receiving 7.1.1 Nougat.
The Nokia 6 and Nokia 5, which the Nokia 3 launched alongside with, both have Android 7.1.1. So, when will the little sibling have its turn exactly?
Is there still a market for 1GB RAM smartphones? We may find out soon enough, as HMD seemingly tries to squeeze the Nokia 2 between the 3310 and 3.
HMD is still struggling with global Nokia 3, 5 and 6 availability, but credible sources have something to share about the upcoming 2, 7, 8 and 9.
HMD's highly anticipated Nokia-branded Android smartphones are all coming to the UK by mid-August, priced between £120 and £220.
As the brand licensee for Nokia smartphones serves Asia, where the number 4 tends to be a homophone for "death," perhaps we're better off with a Nokia 2.
It's not exactly a beastly smartphone, and it also lacks the 3310's iconic name, but the Nokia 6 still looks like a decent US bargain.