The Finnish company has decided to up the ante by promising to continue pushing security updates for its earliest phones by one more year than it promised. The phones are the Nokia 3, 5, 6, and 8.
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HMG Global has unleashed a flurry of software updates for its phones today, bringing Android Pie to the 2017 Nokia 6, as well for the Indian variant of the Nokia 8. The Nokia 2 can now get Oreo, too.
After a brief period of beta testing, HMD Global has begun rolling out the update to Android 9 Pie to its 2017 flagship, the Nokia 8. The Nokia 8 Sirocco will apparently have to wait a little longer.
HMD Global has begun the public beta testing of Android Pie on the Nokia 8. The company's 2017 flagship is among the first to receive the latest version of Google's operating system.
Juho Sarvikas, CPO of HMD Global, has gone to Twitter to announce a new Nokia-related event which is set to take place on December 5 in Dubai. Rumors have suggested a successor to last year's Nokia 8.
A refresh of the Nokia 8 has been spotted on Geekbench. Curiously, the processor powering the phone seems to be a Snapdragon 710, a downgrade compared to the flagship-class Snapdragon 845 of the 8.
Hardware wasn't the only thing that Nokia wanted to talk about at its London event today, where it also announced timeframes for the release of Android Pie to some of its smartphones.
HMD Global today announced that the company will allow a select range of their phones' bootloader to be unlocked. This allows modders to customise their devices and install custom ROMs.
HMD Global is finally bringing the Nokia Pro Camera system to the 2017 Nokia 8. The camera app update will be delivered as part of an OTA update and will fully roll out over the coming weeks.
Nokia is preparing to ship a camera app update to its Zeiss enabled phones enabling a new pro mode. An apk of the update has already been leaked, with a UI revamp and faster launch and capture times.
HMD Global's latest Nokia branded Android phones are joining the Android Enterprise Recommended program upon release. The New Nokia 8 Sirocco and others will join the Nokia 8 as part of the program.
HMD Global has announced the latest Nokia flagship smartphone, the Nokia 8 Sirocco which will be the first top end device to feature Android One as part of the company's partnership with Google.
Smartphone maker, HMD Global has announced that it is now rolling out the latest version of Android to the Nokia 5 and the first generation Nokia 6 smartphones in a phased manner globally.
The upcoming Nokia 9 from HMD Global made an appearance earlier this month through leaked images from a case maker, and now the front of the device has been shown off in an image posted on Weibo.
HMD Global is expected to host an event on January 19 in China, where it would unveil two new devices, including its high-end Nokia 9 flagship and the second generation of Nokia 8.
It didn't take long for HMD Global to make things official, as it has now brought Android 8.0 Oreo to its Nokia 8 handset in its official capacity, a month after the release of the beta.
The Nokia 7 was officially launched in China last month but HMD Global's Chief Marketing Officer has confirmed that the phone won't launch in India given that the handset targets the Chinese market.
It was only a month ago that HMD Global announced that it would bring Android 8.0 to its handsets by the end of the year. Now, it has launched a beta program, starting with the Nokia 8.
A new variant of the Nokia 8 flagship smartphone from HMD Global has gone on sale in Finland with upgraded storage and memory specifications to be on par with devices from other manufacturers.
The Nokia 8 was officially revealed in August and it passed through the FCC in late September. Now, it appears that the handset won't be making a debut in the U.S., if a new email is to be believed.
HMD Global has released a few handsets under the Nokia brand. The Nokia 8 is the latest, offering the best specifications in its lineup to date. Now, the phone's toughness has been put to the test.
HMD Global has reiterated its commitment to pushing out the latest updates to the newly released Nokia Android phones and will be rolling out Oreo to its current lineup by the end of 2017.
After making its debut last month, the Nokia 8 could be finally making its way to the United States. Furthermore, the handset might come as a 6GB RAM variant with 128GB of internal storage.
Some insider sources are claiming that customized Nokia 8 variants could be launched in China and the US. These possibly feature a bump in RAM, and some other updated specifications as well.
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Today, HMD Global finally announced the much-leaked Nokia 8, the company's first flagship handset under the Nokia brand, which includes ZEISS cameras, a Snapdragon 835, an aluminum design, and more.
The Nokia 8 flagship smartphone from HMD Global could be launching in a few weeks, but almost every bit of information about the device has now leaked online through benchmarks and various sources.
HMD Global has started sending out media invites for an event on August 16, at which it will launch its Nokia 8 flagship, with a Snapdragon 835, up to 6GB RAM, 64GB storage, ZEISS optics, and more.
With HMD bringing Nokia's brand back to smartphones with its new range of Android handsets, one device has been glaringly absent: a proper flagship that can take on the likes of Samsung and OnePlus.
Comments made by the now-former HMD CEO this week hinted at the possibility of a second, more innovative flagship alongside the Nokia 8 - and a sketch in an official video has raised hopes further.
Nokia's heavily-leaked upcoming flagship smartphone, the 8, made an appearance on the company's website today, and the device shows the date as July 20, suggesting a launch date of tomorrow.
HMD has launched three Nokia-branded Android phones, along with the nostalgia-fuelled 3310, and two feature phones. But with its new flagship arriving soon, its CEO has suddenly left the company.
The unannounced Nokia 8 - which is expected to feature a Snapdragon 835 processor, and up to 6GB of RAM - has been revealed in a leaked image, showing two rear cameras with ZEISS optics.
If a new leak is to be believed, HMD Global's next handset, the Nokia 8, could arrive on July 31 and be priced under €600. The handset will differ from previous releases, featuring top-tier specs.
It is always tough to decipher what is real and what isn't. But, if a new report is accurate, it appears that a trio of new Nokia handsets will possibly arrive in the coming months.
The rumoured Nokia 9 flagship smartphone from HMD Global was spotted on Geekbench, and the Snapdragon 835-powered device has reportedly bested all other Android smartphones using the same chipset.
Having already announced the 6 - its first Nokia-branded Android smartphone - HMD Global says that it will share "the next exciting chapter in the Nokia consumer story" at Mobile World Congress 2017.
Nokia is promising more handsets to come in 2017 and it looks like we might have been given early sneak peek at its higher-end handset, the Nokia 8. The alleged device was in plain sight at CES 2017.