Earlier this month, HMD Global released the Android 12 beta program for three smartphones including Nokia X20 5G. In the latest news, the handset is leaving the beta stage and the stable update of the latest operating system has started rolling out.
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With this, the Nokia X20 5G becomes the first device from the company to run the stable Android 12 operating system. The software can be identified by the firmware version V2.350 weighing 2.18GB in size.
The announcement was made via an official Nokia community post which stated, “To provide a smooth rollout, we dispatch the Update in Waves.” The first wave of the rollout is hitting more than 25 countries. Check out if your device will drive Android 12 from the list below:
- Croatia (Tele2, Vipnet)
- Hong Kong
- Hungary (Telenor HU)
- Netherlands (Tele2 NL, VF, T-Mobile)
- Slovakia (O2 – SK)
According to the Nokia community post, the update is unfurling in batches. That implies it will initially hit a limited number of users. While all of the above-mentioned countries will receive the package by December 17. Thereafter, a wave 2 rollout will follow.
If you are a Nokia owner and wondering if your device is eligible to get the latest stable update, tap on the button below.