According to its CEO, Juho Sarvikas, the Android mid-range smartphone will not get to enter beta stage, directly receiving the final/stable version of Android Pie.
The confirmation came via Twitter, where Sarvikas replied without question to one of its users. By “jumping” ahead of the usual testing phase, HMD Global may be able to roll out the upgrade to Nokia 6.1 sooner than expected.
During the last few weeks the manufacturer has ensured that most of its smartphones will receive the desired update by the end of the year. Nokia 7 Plus was one of the first smartphones to receive Android Pie and Nokia 6.1 Plus started its testing phase earlier this month.
Nokia 6.1 will not get to receive beta version of Android Pie, will soon jump to the final version
This smartphone was introduced earlier this year, so it ends up by not presenting some of the most popular trends this year. In terms of its design, you will find a front panel with fairly wide vertical margins.
Still, as far as your specifications are concerned, you will certainly be able to meet the needs of many users. For lovers of smaller screens, you have a 5.5 “Full HD display with the traditional 16: 9 aspect ratio.
On the other hand, as far as your memories are concerned, you can choose between two options. It is marketed with option of 3GB of RAM + 32GB of ROM and 4GB of RAM with 64GB of ROM. In the photographic segment, it certainly will not leave anyone with “jaw dropped”, but also should not disappoint.
Finally, like the other smartphones of the brand, comes equipped with Carl Zeiss lenses. At the rear is a single 16 Megapixel camera and dedicated to selfies is an 8 Megapixel front camera.