Nokia has announced that Android 10 is being rolled out to one of the cheapest phones on its roster, fulfilling its promise of longer term software support.
The chief product officer of HMD Global, Juho Sarvikas, announced via Twitter that the £79 Nokia 2.2 will receive the update to Android 10 − with other devices to follow shortly afterwards.
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Android 10 was first released in September 2019, while the Nokia 2.2 was released several months prior, in June 2019, so we’re pleased to see the software is now making its way over.
Since Nokia was taken over by HMD Global, the brand has been keen to stress its close relationship with Google and its determination to install software updates for at least two years after each handset is launched, no matter how cheap it…