If you own a Nokia XR20 or Nokia G50 (or even both), then you’re in luck – Nokia (via parent company HMD Global) has started rolling out the latest Android 13 software update for the aforementioned handsets.
As per some new information from the folks over at Nokiamob, the Finnish tech giant has finally released the latest version of Android for the XR20 and G50, which comes around 2.30 GB and 2.26 GB, respectively. Android 13 comes with several updates including themed App Icons, a Photo picker feature for sharing videos and photos with select access, Notification Permissions for apps, as well as some updated media controls.
Lars Silberbauer, Chief Marketing Officer HMD Global states:
“We’re excited to announce that our customers will start to experience Android 13 on their Nokia phones. We understand that people want to use their phones for longer, and with a Nokia phone, it’s not just hardware durability which comes as standard. Longevity is the foundation of our new line-up of Nokia smartphones, adding security, durability and innovation to our customers in the smartphone market at all price points.”
In other Nokia news, the company has been working to bring more phones for US consumers, which include the the Nokia G400 5G and the Nokia G100, which will be compatible with major US carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile.