HDM Global has announced that Andriod 9 Pie will soon be out on Nokia 7 Plus, the company is joining a small lineup of non-Google phones to get an update to Andriod 9 Pie. HMD Global chief product officer Juho Sarvikas confirmed this in a tweet ad highlighted some new features.
Nokia 7 Plus is among the first few phones to get stable Pie update, apart from Nokia, 8 Motorola phones, Google Pixel phones, and OnePlus 6 have modified version of this latest OS. Android Pie also brings a bunch of new features like an adaptive battery, gesture-based navigation, and improved notifications that cut out the clutter. What is more catchy that Nokia 7 Plus is the first smartphone to get a Digital Wellbeing features. It shows you the Dashboard of your phone activity and calculates time app usage.
“We are doing a phased roll-out to ensure quality. We will start with open markets and operators will follow shortly due to a required approval process. Also note that we will roll out first 10% of install base and then expand but don’t worry, you wont have to wait long,” said Juho Sarvikas.
A new camera update will also add with Google lens integration, Andriod Pie will come on Nokia 7 Plus as a Phased rollout and it is anticipated to expand soon more than 10 percent install base. The price of Nokia Plus is $400 which is not officially available in the U.S but the main target is Asia and India markets. Though, Nokia 6.1 is already available in the U.S soon will get this update as well.
Despite the unstable release of Andriod Pie, the update roll out much faster than the previous year, it might because of the main feature inside Andriod Oreo called Project Treble. Which helps developers to make faster and easier updates in the Phone.