17 July 2019
Ever since HMD Global brought Nokia brand back to the smartphone market, it has put emphasis on providing regular software support for all of its smartphones. These not only include high-end or mid-range phones but also the entry-level budget devices. One such device is the Nokia 3 which is now receiving the much-awaited Android 9 Pie update.
The Nokia 3 was unveiled in 2017 and it marked the arrival of Nokia phones in the market. It was released with entry-level specifications and Android Nougat on the software front. It was updated to Android Oreo a year later and now within two years of release, it is being updated to the latest Android Pie. It means HMD Global has kept its promise of guaranteed software updates for two years which is something most Android OEMs fail to deliver.
The wait is over! Keeping up with our promise of 2 years of Android updates, Nokia 3 (2017) is now officially running on Android 9 Pie! Step up to Nokia smartphones, they Just Keep Getting Better! #GetSmart #Nokiamobile pic.twitter.com/Xz1JXt2Cet— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) June 3, 2019
With Android Pie update, Nokia 3 users will be receiving all the major features. These include revamped navigation buttons, adaptive brightness, adaptive battery, Digital Wellbeing, redesigned notification panel, and revamped settings interface. As we have started to expect, it will be running stock Android-like user interface with almost zero bloatware.
It is an over the air update which means it should be arriving on your particular anytime soon. You can also check for the same by visiting the phone's system settings. It is advised that you connect to WiFi before starting to download the update and make sure that there is at least 50% battery before starting the installation process.
71.4 x 143.4 x 8.48 mm
5 inches - 1280x720 px
- 5-inch HD (1280 x 720 pixels) IPS display
- Quad-core MediaTek 6736 processor
- 2GB of RAM
- 16GB internal storage
- 8-megapixel rear camera with LED flash
- 8-megapixel front camera
- 2,630mAh battery