HMD is finally seeding Android 11 to its Nokia 5.3 smartphone nearly a year after the phone’s announcement and only about a month before Android 12 rolls around.
The first wave of countries to receive the update include Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Taiwan and Vietnam. HMD will roll out the update to 30% of the approved markets immediately, then to 50% by August 5 and the full list by August 6. More regions will be added in the coming weeks.
The update weighs in at 1.67 GB and brings the June security patch. You get the standard Android 11 goodies including chat bubbles, one-time permissions, media controls in the notification shade and updated privacy toggles.
What about Nokia 7.2 ???
Can I skip? I got the update for my 2.3 and not finding it very user friendly
As long as less ram is used due to less apps in a cell phone it is and must been definitely be faster no matter what you think. Samsung UI for example have like 30 preinstalled apps which consume ram since you run your phone for the first time. ...
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