Nokia is a brand that we are all familiar with and have been hearing them since so long. However, there was a time when Nokia toon a different path and went ahead with the Windows OS powered Nokia Lumia series, where the actual decline started to happen. Then after being taken over by HMD Global, the company has come back to life and with its Android-powered smartphones, almost made a huge comeback.
With the innovative smartphones like Nokia 9 Pureview and other, they are surely in the hunt to regain their spot in the smartphone world. Zoom past today, the company is working on speeding its delivery of updates for all its smartphones and according to sources, the Nokia 8 Sirocco and Nokia 2.2 has started receiving the September security patch update.
The new update for the Nokia 8 Sirocco, weighs 89.6MB and bumps the security patch level to September 2019. The official changelog does not mention anything apart from the September security update.
If you have not received the update notification on your device, you can go to Settings>>System Updates>>Check for updates, to manually check for it. Note that the update is rolled out in batches and will take some time in hitting your devices.
However, there is another Nokia smartphone that has joined the bandwagon of receiving the September security patch 2019, and that is the Nokia 2.2 smartphone. In comparison to the Nokia 8 Sirocco, this update for the Nokia 2.2 is slightly larger in size and weighs 387MB and you would want a stable WiFi or internet connection to download it on your device.
As far as the official changelog is concerned, the firmware version is upgraded to v1.630. To recall the device received the Android 9 Pie update on June 2019. As previously said, all the updates will be rolled out in batches and will take some time in hitting your devices but you can always check for it manually by heading into the Settings of your device.
HMD has been quite consistent in rolling out the updates for its Nokia devices and is trying to roll out the latest and monthly security updates to almost all of the eligible smartphones. Recently, it has pulled up its sleeves and has also rolled out the latest security update for many of its smartphones. HMD Global has also made it clear that all the Nokia smartphones are entitled to receive a minimum of two years of Android OS update support that includes the security as well as the firmware updates which is quite nice as Nokia is trying hard to cement their place in today’s Chinese smartphone manufacturer dominated market.
Let us know in the comments if you received this update or not? and also let us know whether this update brings something new apart from the September security patch.