Although users are waiting for the secure Android 9 Pie upgrade on the Nokia 7 and with bated breath, HMD Global has now begun rolling out Android Pie Beta 4.1 to the apparatus owners.
The most recent developer preview, that is currently available via OTA and guide sideload, continues to be labeled as variant and weighs in at about 1.5GB (1481.0MB, to be precise ).
Nokia 7 and had received the upgraded Android Pie gesture navigation using the prior beta upgrade, but the changelog now suggests that beta 4.1 provides a brand new system navigation in tow. We also see changes to the preferences menu and alarms.
The changelog states the AI-powered Flexible Battery and Flexible Brightness feature also have been tweaked for greater prioritization for commonly used programs and optimized brightness degrees respectively. While we expected to see App Activity together with the previous upgrade, but let us hope it goes with this upgrade.
And for those complaining that HMD Global is not diligent with its updates, the said beta preview brings the latest September security patch in tow.
Considering that HMD Global has guaranteed the secure Android 9 Pie upgrade for its apparatus will begin rolling out in September, this may also be the last developer trailer for your Nokia 7 also. The giant wants to iron out some of the rest of the issues in their construct before the last release.
HMD Global proposes that the stated Android Pie beta upgrade could lead to possible data loss, therefore we’d advise that you to back up exactly the same before installing the upgrade. Are you eager to finally get the secure Android Pie construct after this month? Tell us your comments in the comments below under.