Nokia 8 the company’s flagship device has just received the much awaited Android Oreo upgrade, and now it has also started collecting the latest December security patch as well, which was very quick from the company’s side. The new update weights at 87MB and brings 66 total fixes as per Google’s published docs about the update, which if you’re interested then you can visit here.
Apart from that, there’s nothing significant in this latest update, except sealing all the security gaps, so it’s a good idea to install this update as soon as possible. Make a note that you at least need 60% or more battery to install this update on your device successfully, or else it might fail to update. And it’s always recommended to download such updates over WiFi rather than mobile data, to avoid extra mobile data charges.
If you haven’t received this update yet, in your region just goes inside the Settings> About Phone > System software update to check it manually. Moreover, the Nokia 8 might receive a 2nd Gen upgrade as there’re rumors that Nokia 9 will replace it as the next flagship.
However, both might run on the newly released Snapdragon 845, with 6GB RAM and Dual-camera’s which are said to be this time around a similar setup to the iPhone, with one Wide Angle and one telephoto lens, according to leaks found in Nokia 5‘s camera update.
On the other hand, Android Oreo 8.1 for the Nokia 8 might start arriving by the end of Q1 2018 and the device will also be updated to next Android version that’s Android P 9.0.