- It is the cheapest device of the brand.
- The device gets the taste of Android 10 (Go edition).
- It will reach on all the units by May 14.
HMD Global is now started to roll out the fresh software update for its cheapest and low-end devices, and the company rolls out the Android 10 (Go edition) update for the Nokia 1 Plus smartphone. The device gets the new update after it unveiled with Android Pie (Go edition) in February last year.
The Go edition is actually the toned-down version of the Android 10 operating system and the company is bringing that to the Nokia 1 Plus because it is the low-end device and the operating system is perfectly optimized for the devices which have the very basic specifications.
Nokia says that the new update will elevate the experience of the user and the new operating system will also make the smartphone fresh and the same will provide many new and interesting features.
Speaking about the availability, the company started to roll out the update and it will available in 19 countries in the first batch and the update will reach on 100 percent of the units by May 4.
Specifications of Nokia 1 Plus
It sports a 5.49-inch IPS LCD display with qHD+ (960×480) resolution and 18:0 aspect ratio. It comes with MediaTek MT6739 quad core processor with PowerVR GE8100 GPU, and it’s an Android Go device, this combination is still enough. It has 1GB RAM with 8GB and 16GB internal storage options. There is expandable storage up to 128GB. The rear camera is an 8MP shooter with autofocus and 5MP shooter on the front covering with water drop notch.
The smartphone packs in a 2500mAh battery. For connectivity, it has 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, FM Radio, 3.5mm jack, and USB 2.0 port. It comes with Black, Blue, and Red color options.