Nokia 3.4 gets Android 12 update with June 2022 security patch

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Nokia is running behind the other major smartphone brands in terms of updates. Regardless, the brand is delivering the latest Android 12 update to the Nokia 3.4. To recall, the device was launched back in September 2020 with Android 10 out of the box. This makes it the second major software update for the handset.

Nokia 3.4

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The Android 12 update for Nokia 3.4 is not yet confirmed by the company. However, the users in India and Pakistan have started to experience it already. The other regions can also get the package soon in the coming days. Anyway, the users in both regions can identify the build by firmware version V3.280, which weighs 1.72 GB to download.

As far as changes are concerned, the package brings along all the extensive Android 12 goodies. In addition, it increases the system privacy by inculcating June 2022 security patch. Furthermore, the changelog mentions the addition of a privacy dashboard, accessibility improvements, and conversation widgets. After updates, the UI, user experience, and security of your Nokia 3.4 will be upgraded.

What’s New:

  • Privacy Dashboard: A clear and comprehensive view of when apps access your location, camera, or mic over the past 24 hours.
  • Accessibility Improvements: Designed to be even more accessible with new visibility features; Area magnification, Extra dim, Bold text, and Grayscale.
  • Conversation Widgets: An all-new conversation widget puts the conversations with the people you care about front and center on your home screen.
  • Google Security Patch 2022-06.
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As usual, the update is unfurling in batches. That implies it will initially hit a limited number of users. Although as mentioned, the statement is not yet approved by Nokia. Although you can check if the build is available for your device via Settings > System updates. Also, the brand is soon expected to publish the list of wave 1 markets where the package has reached so far. In the meanwhile, you can also check if your Nokia device is eligible to get the latest stable update. To do so, head here.

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