According to foreign media reports, unlike its larger competitors, HMD global promises to update Android in a timely manner. To be fair, HMD global has tried its best to be the best considering the current environment. Although the roadmap for Android 10 has been adjusted due to the popularity of the new crown, these updates are still very late.
But now, with Nokia's last batch of products finally getting their promised Android 10 update, HMD global may finally be able to focus on Android 11, let alone release the leaked roadmap.
Of course, it's better to be late than never. Nokia 3.1 finally launched Android 10. Juho sarvikas, Nokia's chief product officer, added that Nokia 5.1 will also be updated soon. These are the last phones the company has promised to upgrade to Android 10.
This means that the Android 11 upgrade cycle can begin. A brief update schedule shows that the launch of new products will begin this quarter, starting with Nokia 8.35g, Nokia 5.3, Nokia 2.2 and Nokia 8.1. This schedule may be a bit optimistic, as Nokia mobile quickly deleted tweets.