HMD Global made it pretty clear that it will roll out the monthly security patches alongside software updates quite regularly to all of its phones. It seems like the company is keeping its promise.
We say this, as Android 7.1.1 Nougat update is being rolled out to the Nokia 6 users as we speak.
Arriving with the build 00CN_3_170, the update is 369MB in size and brings along a bunch of new features to the smartphone.
Firstly, it installs Android 7.1.1 on Nokia 6. Which means you should now be able to utilize launch actions on apps that support shortcuts right from the home screen, express yourself better with the new set of emojis, and more.
Secondly, the OTA brings along improvements in terms of power saving and background management. Also, once the update is installed, the Nokia 6 will offer support for 4G/3G dual-SIM dual-standby.
Besides, the update also installs the April’s security patch on the smartphone which needless to say, gets rid of security vulnerabilities, if any, and brings along bug fixes and overall system improvements.
It seems like the Nokia USB driver and preload apps have also been updated.
It’s good to see the Finnish company standing tall on its promises. BTW, did we mention that Nokia 6 is currently one of the very few phones to run Android 7.1.1?