Hot off the heels of their announcement of the Nokia 5.1, 3.1, and 2.1, HMD Global has shared some good news regarding Android P. The company’s Global Marketing Manager, Niel Broadley, confirmed that Android P will be coming to the entire Nokia portfolio. This is part of their commitment to fast and pure updates.
All devices from the low-end Nokia 1 to the flagship 8 Sirocco will receive Android P. That, of course, includes the freshly announced devices from earlier today. Most of these devices are still in the 2-year guaranteed update window that Google demands for flagship updates. The Nokia 7 Plus already has Android P as a member of the beta program.
HMD Global has done a great job at keeping their devices updated. Android Oreo rolled out to the Nokia 3 in April. Android 8.1 was sent to the 6 and 5 in March. HMD Global has also supported the Android Enterprise Recommended Program. That’s thanks in large part to their commitment to Android One and Android Go, which are essentially stock Android devices. It’s amazing how much easier it is to keep phones up to date when there isn’t OEM skins or carriers to worry about.
Source: Android Authority