Nokia is a smartphone brand that is usually on top of software updates for its handsets, rolling out OS updates and security patches for two and three years respectively. With Android 11 having been officially released on September 8th, handset owners are waiting to hear when (and if) their phones will be updated to the latest version of Android. As it often does, Nokia tweeted an image depicting its Android 11 update roadmap, and unusually, deleted the tweet soon afterward.
Luckily, the tweet was captured by Neowin, and we’ve embedded it above for you to peruse. Straight off the bat, you’ll notice that there are a number of models missing from the graphic; including the Nokia 8 Sirocco and the Nokia 1. It seems that the Android 11 update, according to the now-deleted graphic, will only roll out to phones launched towards the end of 2018.
Of course, with the tweet having been deleted, it could be that the included information is inaccurate or it may just be that Nokia isn’t quite ready to share the update roadmap just yet and someone jumped the gun a little.
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