At the time that HMD Global was made with the Nokia brand, soon proclaimed to the four winds that their phones would have Android updates before anyone else. That is one of the main weapons of Nokia against its competition and it seems that with the arrival of new versions of the operating system of Google continues to fulfill its word, because the Nokia 7 Plus becomes the first mobile to receive Android 9 Pie after Google’s own phones.
Last Monday Google officially announced the final version of the then known as Android P. In the early afternoon the Internet giant confirmed Android 9.0 Pie as its new operating system and launched the OTA update for and being the first terminals of the market in being able to enjoy the novelties of the last software of the company.
At the time we reviewed mentioned that the first smartphones to be updated to Android 9 Pie would be integrated into the Android One platform , so in the coming weeks should update phones like the Xiaomi Mi A2 , the BQ Aquaris X2 or the . It was not necessary to wait too long to find the winner because the Nokia model is the first one that is receiving the expected software update in its final version,
Update for the Nokia 7 Plus
Nokia Power User says that an Indian edition of the Nokia 7 Plus has just received the stable version of Android 9 Pie , although HMD Global has not yet confirmed the availability of the operating system for your mobile. oficialmente el lanzamiento de Android 9 Pie para el Nokia 7 Plus. It may be an error and an early release but in the case of a final version we assume that the company will soon officially announce the launch of Android 9 Pie for the Nokia 7 Plus. .. and who knows if for some other model of the manufacturer.
Becoming the first device, not manufactured by Google, to receive Android 9 Pie turns the Nokia smartphone into one of the first to enjoy novelties such as adaptive battery Artificial Intelligence functions, the new App Actions , with which the operating system will be able to predict and offer a series of specific functions when we use our applications or new tactile gestures and intelligent notifications.