HMD global is one brand that is known for rolling out updates to its devices on a timely basis. It has kept up the promise of delivering the Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Nokia 3, which is an entry-level mobile smartphone. The new over the air update will offer improved navigation buttons for better battery performance.
It runs the latest Android Oreo (Go edition), a version of Android for devices with 1GB RAM or less. Priced at Rs 9,499, Nokia 3 can be bought via offline retail stores in India. It is impressive that Nokia is updating even its low-end phones like the Nokia 3, which can not be said for other OEMs. But HMD is apparently updating the Nokia 3 to Android 8.0.
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If you don't see any update notification on your device, then you can request for manual upgrade by going through Settings About Phone and then tap on Software Update. It is possible that the 8.0 OTA for Nokia 3 will be rolled out in phases, but it will soon arrive to all the devices. Since it isn't a small update, you will need to connect your Nokia 7 Plus to a Wi-Fi network in order to download it. The Android 8.1 update for the Nokia 7 Plus comes with a size of 590.2MB and brings the exact same features. As for optics, there is an 8-megapixel camera on both the rear panel and at the front while the whole package is backed by a 2650mAh battery. The rest of the line up, the Nokia 1 and Nokia 2, cover the bare minimums, something that is also reflected in their pricing, at least Kshs 3,000-4,000 cheaper, and that comes with its own set of disappointing cutbacks feature-wise.
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