HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, today announced that users of Nokia 6.1 Plus and Nokia 6.1 will receive an updated Android 9 Pie.
Packing with the latest software from Google and building up the features of Android 8.0 Oreo, Android 9 Pie delivers artificial intelligence and machine learning to bring customized and personalized experiences to owners.
Nokia 6.1 Plus and Nokia 6.1 equipped with Android One are the latest Nokia smartphones to receive Android 9 Piece on Nokia 7 Plus in the last month. The latest updates come with a clean and fast user interface that provides the latest innovations from Google. In addition, each Android One smartphone gets monthly security updates for three years and updates the OS for two years.
"Nokia Smartphones are forward-looking, as we have seen in our commitment to providing our fans with new OS updates and clean, safe and up-to-date Android," said Per Ekman, vice president Asia-Pacific, HMD Global. "With Android 9 Pie, we are also proud to get our experienced fans as much as possible from their Android phones."
"At HMD Global we are focusing on reliable mobile innovations," said Shannon Mead, Country Manager, Philippines, HMD Global. "This is about making phones as long-term partners that have a positive impact on our customers' lifestyle. We will continue to offer the best of Android experience, perfect design and craftsmanship at all price points for Nokia Filipino fans."
Nokia 6.1 Plus
The Nokia 6.1 Plus features a full-screen full-HD 19: 9 aspect ratio design that allows you to absorb content. With the addition of Android 9 Pie, fans can try out a whole new set of features, including app actions, exclusive features on Android One and Google Pixel phones.
Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, the Nokia 6.1 Plus is faster than before. Its 3060mAh batteries are added thanks to the introduction of an adaptive battery that uses deep learning to understand how to use it and favors battery power in the most important applications.
Nokia smartphones that have received the Android 9 Piece update are also the first devices that do not support Pixel to get the Digital Wellbeing Beta Preview, which is now available for testing on Google Play devices for Android 9 Piece devices.
The new Digital Wellbeing features encourage screen breaks. New features include highlighting the device's time on the dashboard, setting application timeouts, and Wind Down mode to silence the phone to the gray level and activate the Do not disturb function at a pre-set time in the evening.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 mobile platform is Nokia 6.1 more than 60 percent faster than its predecessor. The Nokia 6.1 is also equipped with an enhanced Dual-Sight system, ZEISS optics, fast USB-C charging, Nokia's surround sound and a clean, safe and modern Android.
If you've joined the Android One family of Google, Nokia 6.1 users can get exclusive access to app actions, a feature that's only available for Android One and Google Pixel. Action Events help users make things faster by predicting their next step and instantly displaying the right action.
Just like Nokia 6.1 Plus, the impressive battery life of Nokia 6.1 is further enhanced by Adaptive Battery on Android 9 Pie.