Nokia 2.2 Currently Receiving Android 11 Update

Nokia 2.2 Currently Receiving Android 11 Update | DroidAfrica
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Nokia has started rolling out the Android 11 Update With March Security Patch in 24 Countries for the Nokia 2.2 smartphone. Most individuals that follow the Nokia brand might remember the Nokia 2.2 smartphone was launched sometime in 2019 and it came with Android 9 Pie.

Nokia 2.2 Currently Receiving Android 11 Update | DroidAfrica

However, the Nokia-made smartphone (Nokia 2.2) was also updated to run on pure Android 10 sometime last year (2020). Apart from the twenty-four (24) countries that were chosen for this update, the Nokia company has made known when the update will be rolled out in other remaining countries.

For sure, this update features the March 2021 Android security patch and improved system functions also. We came across this update through the Nokia forum where it was made know that the update is only available for twenty-four (24) countries for now. Below are the names of the twenty-four (24) countries that are favored to receive this update first.

Macedonia, Malaysia, Montenegro, Myanmar, Iceland, Indonesia, Laos, Latvia, Lithuania, Cambodia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Vietnam, Thailand, Slovakia, and Sweden.

Furthermore, the size of the update is about 1.2GB including the March 2021 Android security patch. To ensure you do this update uninterrupted, it is widely advised that users should endeavor to do the update when they have a stable Wi-Fi connection and also when you are charging the smartphone.

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Stephen is the Editor-in-Chief @DroidAfrica. He has been in the tech space for over 6 years helping mobile technology users to understand more about their very own devices. His work on DroidAfrica is born out of a pure passion for tech, especially as it relates to smartphones.


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