HMD Global has a pretty decent track record with updates. However, due to reasons unknown, the company missed its self-declared deadline for pushing the Android 10 update to its entry-level Nokia 2.3 smartphone. As a refresher, the Finnish company unveiled an Android 10 roadmap last year, and according to that, the Nokia 2.3 should have received the Android 10 update before the end of Q1 2020.
Still, as they say, better late than never.
The update roll-out was announced by HMD Global Chief Product Officer, Juho Sarvikas, on Twitter.
Nokia 2.3 users, now is your chance to update to Android 10! All performance-enhancing features are now available! Check here for more details and the availability in different countries https://t.co/umGaRupGz9@Nokiamobile #Android10 #Nokia2dot3 pic.twitter.com/NRFETJCqOV
— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) April 22, 2020
The update is currently rolling out to wave 1 countries, which includes a total of 40 countries. Here is the full list of countries that are scheduled to receive the update in the first wave.
According to Nokia’s official update posted to the Nokia Community website, the update will be rolled out in a phased manner. Nokia says it will roll out the update to around 10% devices in the first day, followed by 50% saturation by April 24th and 100% delivery by April 26th. So in case you reside in one of the 40 countries mentioned above and you have not yet received the update, be patient as it should reach you by April 26 at the latest.