HMD Global has been hard at work, releasing major system updates for most of the smartphones that are offered by the company. An Android Pie update for the Nokia 5 was released last month, and the company has just released another one for the popular Nokia 6.
Nokia 2.1 was released back in 2018 as a budget Nokia model. The device offers a minimalistic design paired with a generous screen. A great advantage is represented by the fact that users can easily swap the rear section of the device if they want and several aftermarket choices are available.
The device is a great choice for people that wish to enjoy a Netflix binge on the go or enjoy e-books. As expected, there is no fingerprint sensor, and a microUSB port handles charging and data transfer. The speakers of the device are quite well-done with the only perceivable flaw being a clear lack of bass.
Upon release, the device arrived with Android 8.1 Oreo Go. Android Oreo is a modified version of the core Android OS, and it aims to deliver the latest Android features on budget devices. The Go version requires a small amount of internal storage space and RAM to work, and the overall experience is satisfying.
Here are some of the features offered by Android Go
More internal storage space
Android Go has been streamlined to include a minimal number of apps. This means that users can enjoy more internal storage space at no extra cost.
Google has created special Go apps that are optimized for Android Go. These apps are lightweight yet powerful enough to complete a variety of tasks without any problems.
The Go version of the Google Assistant will offer the same functionalities that are available on flagship devices.
Safe and Secure
Google Play Protect will keep your device safe without the need to install additional software.
The Nokia 3.1 and 5.1 should receive the Android Pie update in March.