09 April 2021
Nokia has announced that the Android 11 update is now rolling out to its budget phone Nokia 3.2. It is pretty interesting to note that the update has arrived a little early than what Nokia had promised. The update for the Nokia 3.2 was supposed to begin somewhere between Q1 and Q2 2021, but kudos to Nokia for rolling out it a bit early.
Nokia has announced that for a smoother rollout, the update is being fed in waves. In the beginning, the update is rolling out to Nokia 3.2 users in 34 countries, including India, Thailand, Hong Kong, Egypt, and Iran.
Nokia has officially said that 10% of these markets will receive the update immediately, 50% by March 26th, and by March 28th, 100% of these markets will have received the Android 11 update.
These countries are included in the Wave 1 -
As per the official blog, Nokia will soon announce when the Nokia 3.2 Android 11 update for the countries in Wave 2. It is currently unknown which markets are included in Wave 2.
If you have learned about Android 11 while waiting for your turn then you would know what new features does this latest OS upgrade bring? But for those who do not follow the tech, here are some key highlights. The Android 11 update brings Chat Bubbles, one-time permissions to apps that need a mic or camera, easier media and device controls, improved accessibility features, smoother animations, and so on.
The size of the update is 1.43GB, so you are required to be on a faster internet connection to get this heavy update.