Hello, there today in this article I will discuss how the Nokia 2.2 Starts Receiving Android 11 Stable Update, Nokia 2.2 smartphone was released on June 11, 2019. The dimension of the smartphone is 146 x 70.6 x 9.3 mm (5.75 x 2.78 x 0.37 in) and it weighs 153 grams. Nokia has always been in news and on social media for its battery life. Taking the battery into consideration, the phone has a Non-removable Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery.
The phone comes in Steel and Tungsten Black color. The smartphone supports a dual SIM card and it runs on the Android 9.0 (Pie) operating system which Is upgradable to Android 10, Android One. With also an initial plan to release the Android 11 update in the first quarter, But the plan was altered, Nokia officials clarified that they are aware of the delay.
Nokia 2.2 Starts Receiving Android 11 Stable Update
We have made it very much easy to flash your Nokia 2.2 Firmware. The company ensured that Android 11 updates for many devices will be pushed this month. And just as we predicted, a notification has gone live for the Nokia 2.2 right in time.
Nokia 2.2 Android 11 stable update – Wave 1
- Czech Republic (T-Mobile Czech Republic)
- Greece (Cosmote)
- Hungary (Magyar Telekom)
- Macedonia (Monet, T-Mobile)
- Montenegro (Crnogorski Telekom)
- Poland (T-Mobile Polska/Heyah)
- Romania (Telekom Romania)
- Slovakia (Slovak Telekom)
And if you are familiar with the Nokia rollout plan, it will roll out in batch. The first batch includes 10% of Nokia 2.2 which will roll out by today. Next 50% of Nokia 2.2 users will get the update by 15th April, and the remaining users will get the Android 11 update on Nokia 2.2 by 17th April.
We will update the Article once the Nokia 2.2 Android update roll out begins.
Sometimes users don’t receive Android updates via notification. So, in that case, you can manually check for the update by going to Settings > System > Software Update.
Some Key Features Of The Android 11 Stable Update
Now coming to the new features, you can expect most of the stock Android 11 features. It is because Nokia phones come with Stock UI. Obviously, some features depend on hardware functionality. But you will get to experience most of the features such as chat bubbles, a new Notification panel with history, an improvised power menu with smart controls, enhanced privacy settings, and more.
Just in case you are waiting for the Nokia 2.2 Android 11 stable update, we don’t recommend unlocking the bootloader of your device. Because after unlocking the bootloader you won’t get the Android 11 update for your Nokia 2.2 Smartphone