Counterpoint has also said that Nokia has managed to in the United Kingdom when it comes to smartphone shipments. However, one Finnish startup, HMD Global Oy, made a decision to take the big risk and resurrect the Nokia brand. We will let you know once the update is out for other devices. Given the subtle changes the newer Android 8.1 Oreo brings to version 8.0, it was never a doubt that the HMD flagship phone would exit the beta program much quicker.
Having said that, we can expect more details regarding the upcoming Nokia smartphones in India to unfold in the coming weeks. It was launched last month in China, and, is expected to be announced for global markets later this month at MWC 2018, after which it should come to India.
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The Nokia 8 Android 8.1 Oreo update is over 1.5GB in size, and its package is downloadable only via an active Wi-Fi connection. It is also said to be the second smartphone after the LG V30 entering the Indonesian market with the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset. The phone is expected to be unveiled alongside the Nokia 9, Nokia 7 Plus and the Android Go edition Nokia 1. From the previous leaks, it is said that the smartphone might have a metal frame and a polycarbonate build. As for their availability in India, the report says that the Nokia 6 (2018), Nokia 1 and Nokia 9 will be will be arriving the shores starting April this year. The Korean giant will rely mostly on its success with the A and J series and will ship around 300 million phones, which is a 5% decrease compared to 2017.
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