In an announcement on the Nokia Phones Community Forum, HMD Global released a list of 34 countries that will receive the Android 11 update for Nokia 3.2 smartphone with build number V3.140. The countries that are part of the first wave include India, Albania, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Hong Kong, Iceland, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Moldova, Montenegro, Nepal, Norway, Philippines, Serbia, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Ukraine, and Vietnam.
Nokia also mentioned that only 10 percent of countries will receive the update first, and by March 26 half of the total users will receive the update on their Nokia 3.2 handsets. The remaining users will get the update by March 28. Back in October 2020, the company tweeted that Nokia 3.2 will be receiving the Android 11 update between Q1 and Q2.
Nokia 3.2 was launched in May 2019 and is powered by the Snapdragon 429 SoC, paired with either up to 3GB of RAM and 32GB of inbuilt storage. It has a 13-megapixel sensor for the rear camera while at the front there’s a 5-megapixel selfie shooter. It sports a 6.26-inch HD+ display and packs a 4,000mAh battery. Surprisingly, only the 32GB inbuilt storage variant has a fingerprint sensor mounted at the back, which is missing from the 16GB variant altogether. Both variants have face unlock.
In other Nokia-related news, HMD Global recently launched Nokia 5.4 and Nokia 3.4. Both smartphones run Android 10. Nokia 5.4 is powered by a Snapdragon 662 SoC coupled with up to 6GB of RAM. It has 64GB of onboard storage that can be expanded to 512GB using a microSD card. It sports a quad rear camera setup, headlined by a 48-megapixel primary sensor. On the other hand, Nokia 3.4 has a Snapdragon 460 SoC, coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64 GB of onboard storage. It has a triple rear camera setup with a 13-megapixel primary sensor. Both the phones are powered by 4,000mAh batteries.
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