The update is now live over-the-air and will reach all Nokia 8 owners over the next few days.
Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's phone division permitted the Finnish parent company to reuse the Nokia brand on smartphones from the end of 2015. The three smartphones mentioned are Nokia 6 (2018), Nokia 1 and the Nokia 9, which will likely be the flagship smartphone of the year.
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Nokia which is owned by HMD Global has started rolling out the latest stable build of Android 8.1 Oreo for Nokia 8.The update comes with build number V4.84A.Its a major update for the device and being rolled as OTA (Over-the-air) update. The version was being updated with the February Android security patch. As per screenshots posted by some users who have received the update, the size of the file will be roughly 1.56GB. Out of the remaining two, Nokia 1 is being said to be branded under Google's Android Oreo (Go Edition) segment. The emoji fix was one of the changes introduced in Android 8.1 release. The Korean giant will rely mostly on its success with the A and J series and will ship around 300 million phones, which is a 5% decrease compared to 2017. The handset is backed by a 3250mAh battery with fast charging support and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. It boasts a 16MP rear camera with LED flash and an 8MP front-facing camera for selfies and video calling.
So says analyst outfit Counterpoint, which said in a report this week that Nokia licensee HMD Global flogged 4.4 million Nokia-branded smartphones during the holiday quarter to capture one percent of the global market, putting it at the 11th spot overall.