After a few months of delay, Android 11 has finally reached Nokia 5.3 users. Previously, the owner HMD Global had stipulated the arrival of the latest stable version of the operating system in the second quarter of 2021. But with the arrival now in August, the smartphone ends up receiving the update at a time close to the release of Android 12, which should take place between September and October.
Remember that Nokia 5.3 was released with the Android 10, and like some devices from Motorola, it is part of the ecosystem “Android One”, which consists of devices that use a “purer” version of the operating system, unlike manufacturers like Xiaomi and Samsung, which have several pre-installed apps and a heavily modified interface, with its own resources.
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According to a post by the company's moderation team on its official forum, Android 11 for Nokia 5.3 will be available in the following countries: Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka , Switzerland, Taiwan and Vietnam.
Distribution has already started and 30% of the countries listed above should already have it installed, while the complete base should receive the update by Friday (6). Remember that, from the announcement on the forum, this is only the first wave of updates, with the statement asking fans to "stay tuned" for the arrival of the "second wave", but without committing to a specific date.
In Brazil, Nokia 5.3 is marketed through a distribution partnership between Nokia and Multilaser. O Olhar Digital tested the device on a analysis published in November 2020.
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