What you need to know
- Nokia X20 is HMD Global's first phone to receive the stable Android 12 update.
- The update will be rolling out to users in stages.
- Along with all the new Android 12 features, the update includes the November 2021 security patch.
Nokia X20 users in the following countries are expected to receive the stable update by December 17:
- Croatia (Tele2, Vipnet)
- Hong Kong
- Hungary (Telenor HU)
- Netherlands (Tele2 NL, VF, T-Mobile)
- Slovakia (O2 - SK)
The update carries the build number V2.350 and weighs in at 2.18GB in size. As you'd expect, the update brings several new features — including a new privacy dashboard, universal search, one-handed mode, microphone and camera indicators, approximate location, a revamped UI design, and more. In addition to new features and other improvements, the update also brings the November 2021 Android security patch to the mid-ranger.
The Nokia X20 was launched in April this year with Android 11 out of the box. Similar to Samsung and OnePlus flagships, the X20 is guaranteed to receive three years of OS updates.
Nokia's G20 is a solid budget phone with a large 6.52-inch display, a 48MP main camera, and clean software. The phone also packs a 5,050mAh battery, which delivers up to three days of usage on a single charge.
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I nearly bought one of these last month until I read the reviews and it was really underpowered. Bought a Samsung A52s 5g
Hi It's not underpowered and I'm glad that I don't have to use OneUI with all the bloatware that comes with every Samsung phone.
Nice! Solid overall device for most everyday users with a limited budget. 👍👍
Looking forward to a newer high end Nokia in 2022...where are you?
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