The Nokia 6.2 has received an upgraded version of its Android 10 operating system, after other two HMD Global smartphones, the Nokia 4.2 and the Nokia 3.2 have also got it. The update has rolled out for a few markets around the world and has been confirmed by the tech giant’s chief product officer, Juho Sarvikas.
The list of countries that received the update has been published on the company’s community forums, so if you own a Nokia 6.2, you’ll find there whether the build is available in your location. The update is reportedly rolling out in phases, with some of the intended regions already having it.
While the about 50 percent of the other regions in the world will get the update on May 1st, the complete process will be finished by May 3rd, according to the company. A notification to update should show up when it is available, but you can also verify if you’ve got it manually by visiting the ‘Software Update’ section in the settings menu of your device.
Nokia 6.2’s Latest Update
The latest update for the Nokia 6.2 comes with a new user interface and some of the key Android 10 components, including dark mode support, which is the major highlight of the new roll-out. Moreover, it also enhances the gesture-based navigation controls, the stability of the system, and privacy. HMD’s newest update for the Nokia 4.2 and the Nokia 3.2 brought some features, such as smart reply and Focus, which are expected to soon get to the Nokia 6.2 as well.
The Nokia 6.2 launched as a mid-range mobile device last year. It is powered by Qualcomm‘s Snapdragon 636 chipset and has 4GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal storage that can be expanded with a microSD card.
As we mentioned, the latest update is now available to certain regions but will be accessible globally by May 3rd.