Android 7.1.1 Nougat update reportedly rolling out to Nokia 6
18 April 2017, 02:17 | Shawn Tate
HMD Global may be planning to bring in some Nokia smartphones later this year, specifically by the end of the second quarter. The new update was spotted on Twitter by The Android Soul with the new build number 00CN_3_170. However we would suggest taking the images with a grain of salt, as Nokia has not stated anything officially and the upcoming smartphones might have a different design at launch. It also adds an update for the phone's USB drivers and for some of its pre-loaded apps. Also, once the update is installed, the Nokia 6 will offer support for 4G/3G dual-SIM dual-standby.
The Android 7.1.1 Nougat update will be coming along with the April security patch, which was just recently launched by Google. Which means you should now be able to utilize launch actions on apps that support shortcuts right from the home screen, express yourself better with the new set of emojis, and more.
When Is Nokia 6 Releasing In the United States? Nokia 6 finally joins the privileged list alongside Nexus and Pixel devices, which have already been updated to latest Nougat firmware.
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The Nokia 6 is now available in China and some select countries. It also sports a 2.5D curved glass display along with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. Of course, that is something expected since HMD Global formally announced that it's bringing the former top phone maker back to the mobile business.
HMD Global has shared that the global variant of the Nokia 6 will be released this spring, which includes the United States.
The smartphone on the left is supposedly the Nokia 8, which features a bezel-less display on the sides, but with room for a home button on the bottom side. It also houses 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of onboard storage (expandable to 128 GB).
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