Saturday , October 16 2021

Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 6.1 upgrade to Android 9 Pie – Back End News

HMD Global, the headquarters for Nokia phones, announced today that both Nokia 6.1 and Nokia 6.1 users receive an improved Android 9 Pie.

Equipped with the latest Google software and based on Android 8.0 Oreo features, the Android 9 Pie offers artificial intelligence and machine learning to provide more personalized and customized owners.

Nokia 6.1 Plus and Nokia 6.1, enriched with the Android One system, are the latest Nokia smartphones in the last month to use the Android 9 Pie device on the Nokia 7 Plus. The latest updates come with a clean, fast user interface that delivers the latest innovations from Google. What's more, each Nokia One Android One smartphone will receive monthly security updates for three years and operational system updates for two years.

"Nokia smartphones are forward-looking, as seen in our commitment to provide our fans with new operating system updates and clean, secure and up-to-date Android," said Per Ekman, Asia Pacific vice president at HMD Global. "Thanks to Android 9 Pie, we're proud that our fans can take full advantage of their Android phones."

"At HMD Global, we focus on innovative mobile solutions that are reliable," said Shannon Mead, national manager in the Philippines, HMD Global. "This is to create phones as long-term companions that have a positive impact on the way of life of our customers." For fans of the Filipino company Nokia, we will continue to offer best-in-class Android experience, the highest quality and craftsmanship at all price points. "

Nokia 6.1 Plus

The Nokia 6.1 Plus is equipped with a projection screen with a full screen aspect ratio of 19: 9, which allows immersive viewing experience. Now, thanks to the Android 9 Pie update, fans can try a whole new set of features, including App Actions, a unique feature on Android One devices and Google Pixel phones.

Supported by Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor, Nokia 6.1 Plus is faster than before. Its 3060 mAh battery gains an extra boost thanks to the introduction of Adaptive Battery, which uses deep learning to understand usage patterns and prioritize battery power in critical applications.

Nokia smartphones that have received the Android 9 Pie update are also among the first devices other than Pixel, which can taste the digital preview of the Wellbeing Beta test, which is now available for testing by Google Play on devices with Android 9 Pie.

New Digital Wellbeing features will encourage breaks in screen display. New features include device time highlighting on the phone's dashboard, setting application time limits, and elevator mode that puts the phone in grayscale mode and turns the Do Not Disturb feature at a specific time in the evening.

Nokia 6.1

Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 Mobile Platform, the Nokia 6.1 is more than 60 percent faster than its predecessor. The Nokia 6.1 is also equipped with an improved Dual-Sight system, ZEISS optical system, fast USB-C charging, Nokia spatial audio and a clean, safe and up-to-date Android system.

Selected people who join the Android One family from the Android One family will have exclusive access to the App Actions application, a feature available only for Android One devices and Google Pixel devices. Application activities help users to perform tasks more quickly, predicting their next move and immediately displaying appropriate actions.
Just like Nokia 6.1 Plus, the impressive battery life of Nokia 6.1 has been additionally completed with the Adaptive Battery on Android 9 Pie.

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