Finnish multinational Nokia recently revealed that it has completed the migration to Android 12 and that if a smartphone has not received the operating system, it will not get it in the future. According to GSM Arena, a tech news website, the announcement was followed by confirmation of which devices are first in line for Android 13.
The list includes five devices: Nokia X10 and Nokia X20, Nokia XR20, Nokia G50 and Nokia G11 Plus, all on the cheaper end of the price spectrum. This list does not include the trio of new smartphones, C31, G60 5G and X30 5G, announced in September at IFA 2022 in Berlin, GSM Arena reported.
However, this is because the latter two are not yet available in China. The company has already confirmed their update plans and Android 13 is definitely coming. The other five confirmed Nokia phones meet the Android Enterprise Recommended requirements.
These requirements are business-oriented, such as bulk deployment with zero-touch enrollment, rapid Android security updates (within 90 days of release from Google), physical availability of sufficient units, and “consistent application experience,” according to GSM Arena. (ANI)
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