It seems that HMD Global is "playing hide and seek" with Nokia 7 Plus users. Last month, when the latest version was released beta From Android Pie to Nokia 7 Plus, Juho Sarvikas – CPO of HMD Global – said it would be the latest trial version.
Therefore, the next update would already be the stable version of Android Pie. HMD Global assured users that the desired update would arrive in September. However, it seems that it will not be yet.
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To the surprise of all users who joined the version beta, have now begun receiving a new OTA (over-the-air) update. But instead of the final version, it comes as the Beta 4.1.
Most likely, Nokia was not entirely satisfied with the results achieved so far. Surely you preferred to play it safe and make sure all the little ones bugs are resolved before releasing a global update.
Nokia 7 Plus Still Waiting for HMD Global's Steady Version of Android Pie
This new update includes the patch September, along with minor visual changes. Most likely, the goal would be to fix small processes that might not yet be 100% to ensure that everything works perfectly in its final version.
However, despite this new version beta, it is very likely that HMD Global will still be able to deliver on its promise. Making the stable version of Android Pie available to users of your smartphone.
The main "clue" that this new version should look almost the same as the stable version is its size. Unusual updates to a version beta arrive with 1.48GB. For this reason, it is possible that this is even the stable version.
This leaves the possibility that HMD Global has released the stable version of Android Pie first to beta testers, to ensure that there are no bugs uncorrected.
Finally, Nokia 7 Plus users should be able to rest easy. By the end of this month it's pretty much guaranteed that you'll finally be able to enjoy all the good things brought about by the latest version of Google's operating system.
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Source | Via