As soon as, several OEM manufacturers realized that proving fast OS updates and security updates to the users, increased the brand image and trust among people, all the smartphone manufacturing companies started to provide stable updates as soon as possible.
Several other OEMs such as Realme, Xiaomi, Oneplus, etc. are working hard to give the latest features and smoother experience to its users via the latest updates. Every company is now running in the race of providing a stable Android 11 update to the respective smartphones. Nokia is now ready to join the Android 11 race to provide the latest Android features and updates to its users as fast as possible.
All the Nokia smartphones are a part of the Android One program that guarantees two years of OS updates and three years of security updates, which is also one of the features of the Google Pixel line.
As per the latest official tweet by HMD Global, we can see the Android 11 for Nokia 7.2 in the second quarter of 2021. However, the tweet was later deleted but, the news is very likely to be true.
Android 11 gives a new refined interaction with UI, screenshots scrolling, and combining, better screen recording with internal audio capture and better one-handed mode are some other features that Android users are expecting. In addition to it, we get NFC file transfer, Chat bubble, Dark Mode, Battery and storage enhancements, and an Enhanced Do Not Disturb Mode.
Nokia 7.2 Specs:
The Nokia 7.2 is a solid mid-range phone, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC to give you a smooth performance. You can choose between 4GB RAM and 6GB RAM with a constant 64GB ROM. This device brings a 6.3″ full HD HDR10 display. You can see a 3500mAh battery which comes with a 10W fast charging.
Nokia 7.2 has a premium design and good quality main cameras. Unfortunately, the wide-angle camera is not up to scratch, which is disappointing when that can be a fun shooter to use. It is also a very slow phone to charge up and isn’t waterproof.
HMD Global is yet to give any new official information on why they deleted the tweet and what are their plans for rolling out Android 11 to the devices. So, we have to wait for an official statement, to get a clearer view of what is going on