bref, 30 May 2018I don't understand what you're trying to say. Same u also didn't understand what gsmarena posted here
"HMD has confirmed that all its Nokia-branded smartphones - including the newly-unveiled Nokia 5.1, 3.1, and 2.1 - will get the Android P update."
this means all 2017 phones including the new one i.e 2018 editions will get android P. Since all 2017 edition phones users are worried about will they provide or not.
Zenodroid, 30 May 2018Will Nokia 3310 be powerful enough for that? :-PNokia 3310 is not only powerful for Android P, it is capable of Android Z, even before it gets announced 😊
JackTheiPhoneKiller, 30 May 2018At the time of launch of their 2017 range, starting from Nokia 6 to Nokia 8, they didn't offic... moreI'm not talking about last year's phones. And the article mentions the update for the new released one.
Shanti Dope, 30 May 2018If it's nothing for you when an OEM supports a very low end device for 2 years, I wonder what ... moreHuh?
You totally missed my point. My question was why they even have to confirm an update when they are obliged to anyway.
bref, 30 May 2018Why do they have to confirm this? It's Android One after all and they have to follow certain r... moreAt the time of launch of their 2017 range, starting from Nokia 6 to Nokia 8, they didn't officially announce them as Android One phones. If was only recently at the time of unveiling of Nokia 7 Plus and 8 Sirocco, that they officially called them Android One devices. But for those wondering whether last year's phones will get better updates or not, they (HMD) had to officially announce it. Got it now?
Hey Team GSMArena, can you please confirm will Nokia 8 also get Android P?? Has it been confirmed by HMD? Because it has an older 16:9 display, may be HMD/Nokia will focus more on the latest 18:9 display phones? Can you please confirm though any sources?
bref, 30 May 2018I know. My point still stands If it's nothing for you when an OEM supports a very low end device for 2 years, I wonder what will it be for you when an OEM supports a very low end device for only 1 year, or not even support it at all.
bref, 30 May 2018I know. My point still stands How ur word stands? Do you now all phones means old phones including 2017 edition also Nokia 6/ 5/ 8 or may be Nokia 3 too are they android one?
Applehead, 30 May 2018Nokia 2 is not a Android one phoneI know. My point still stands
Why do they have to confirm this? It's Android One after all and they have to follow certain rules anyway...
nokiauser, 30 May 2018nokia is the best ever since. typing on my nokia 8 sirroco right now. have great day.Can’t beat Nokia’s hardware and design
nokia is the best ever since. typing on my nokia 8 sirroco right now. have great day.
Geric.770, 30 May 2018I don't complain MediaTek SoCs. They're good on low end devices and like the Oppo F7, they're ... moreTrue.
MediaTek just sucks when it comes to documentation, drivers, kernel source, and abiding by the GPL in general. I wouldn't want a MediaTek device unless it was quite cheap, or was in a Nexus. So far HMD has yet to prove their AndroidOne vision, so until they do, the smart move would be to be skeptical.
Nokia the best this time with android will destroy other brands with their design build quality call quality internet data reliability it’s not just about chipset specs it’s audio, microphones, vibration, details like that which makes Nokia great.
Anonymous, 30 May 2018Have you MediaTek complainers forgot about this from few months ago: “MediaTek has partnere... moreI don't complain MediaTek SoCs. They're good on low end devices and like the Oppo F7, they're improving now.
Thats great news Nokia is awesome. As it always was.
In terms of after sales support and quality they are the top company.
And we shouldnt expect anything else.
They deliver much better customer experience than most people were expecting.
Go Go Go Nokia we love you.
Have you MediaTek complainers forgot about this from few months ago:
“MediaTek has partnered with Google for its GMS Express program. GMS Express is a program designed by Google to provide approved Android software solutions, including Google Mobile Services (GMS) and Google Compatibility Test Suite (CTS) certification, to device makers.”