After failing to launch the Android Pie update back in November as promised due to unresolved issues, HMD Global has finally unveiled a stable update for the Nokia 8. The announcement was made today by Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer at HMD Global.
— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) December 19, 2018
Unlike other Android Pie announcements made for its other smartphones, the Nokia 8 doesn’t obtain an elaborate announcement. The improve is a phased rollout, so it might not hit your devices immediately.
Android Pie brings a new navigation system, adaptive battery, and adaptive brightness. The beta update came provided with December’s security patch, so we expect this version Additionally has the security patch provided.
The Nokia 8 was introduced in 2017 as HMD Global’s initial flagship telephone. It has a 5.3-inch display with a 1440 x 2560 panel covered with Gorilla Glass 5. There is a Snapdragon 835 processor under the hood with 4GB/6GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of memory. Its second SIM tray doubles as a MicroSD card slot what enables you to include up to 512GB of more storage.
The Nokia 8 sports dual 13MP digital cameras with Zeiss optics on its back in a Monochrome + RGB configuration. It moreover has a 13MP front-facing sensor, a front-mounted fingerprint scanner, an audio jack, and a Type-C port that charges a 3090mAh at 18W.
While it is presently a year old, the Nokia 8 is still a great buy if you are capable to get a good deal. During Black Friday income, the 4GB variant was on sale for When it comes N70,000 (~$200) in Nigeria.