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.
From 720p to 1080p and just a bit taller, too, the display seems to be the centerpiece of improvements to the Nokia 5 from HMD Global.
There is no clear indication of what the Nokia smartphone brand licensee wants to do in Russia, but fans have plenty of ideas.
It appears an iPhone X-inspired Nokia X, not X6, is coming soon to China after all, with a low to mid-end new Nokia 5 also confirmed on Twitter by HMD's Juho Sarvikas.
The mid-range Nokia 5 and 6 have received official Android 8.0 Oreo updates a couple of months back, and they're now already moving up to Android 8.1.
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.
Following in the footsteps of the high-end Nokia 8 and low-end Nokia 5, the mid-range Nokia 6 officially jumps on the Oreo beta bandwagon today.
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.
It's almost time for HMD Global to unveil a mid-range Nokia 5 follow-up, and a pre-release benchmark suggests substantially upgraded specs are coming.
After reviewing feedback from 2000 public beta testers, and ironing out all kinks, HMD Global has officially started the Nokia 8's wide-scale Oreo rollout.
Previously available with only 2GB RAM in tow, the low to mid-end Nokia 5 adds an extra gig of memory on top of that in India starting tomorrow.
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.
Once again, HMD Global shows all other Android device manufacturers how it's done, rolling out September security patches to the Nokia 5 already.
Believe it or not, the entry-level Nokia 3 is officially promised Android Oreo software goodies shortly after receiving 7.1.1 Nougat.
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.
At least, as real as it'll get barring future uncertainty. But if Nokia is going to launch the phones it debuted in February, it might as well do so now.
The entry-level Nokia 3 Android smartphone is priced at the rough equivalent of $150 in India, with the higher-end 5 and 6 going for around $200 and $235.