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HMD official teases Images of phone with Oreo 8.0 upgrade

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On September 01 2017, HMD Global’s chief product officer, Juho Sarvikas has shared details on his twitter account regarding the upcoming Oreo upgrade for the Nokia Android phones starting from budget phone Nokia 3 to recently launched top-end version Nokia 8. Now he teased a real image of the handset operating Android Oreo 8.0 version. The pictures indicate that Android Oreo continues to be in beta and the size of the upgrade is 1 .3 GB. He also stated that the update will be released to all Nokia devices when perfect, which implies it may not yet ready for the public.

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Still, he didn’t disclose any information on time -period when the Android Oreo update will be released for Nokia handsets. Well with the presence his new tweet, we can assume it won’t take any longer. On his earlier tweet, he stated that Nokia operates on pure Android and it’s likely to get this update sooner than several other handsets with additional personalization features.

Google introduced the latest version of Android series Oreo on August 21, but to date, it’s merely been accessible for Pixel and Nexus handsets listed in the Android beta program. Generally, it will take a long time for phone manufacturers to launch the initial upgrades, There are also cases where handsets don’t receive an update at all, resulting in Android’s disintegration dilemma. Google’s Android Oreo Development project team wants to assist handset manufacturers by providing quicker security and latest Android version upgrades.

After a string of leaks, HMD Global unveiled their high-end handset Nokia 8 with dual cameras on 16th August 2017.  Along with 13 MP dual rear side and a 13 MP front side cameras,  5.3 inch Nokia 8 boasts Snapdragon 835 processor and 64GB of internal storage space. Nokia also introduced a new camera feature named “Bothie”.  Nokia also stated that the Nokia 8 comes along with Android Oreo support. Read more about Nokia 8 here.

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