HMD Global rolls out Android 12 update to Nokia G20

HMD Global originally started its Android 12 journey in December with Nokia X20. Later kicked off the new update for the Nokia X10, Nokia G50, Nokia XR20, Nokia 8.3 5G, and Nokia 2.4. After five months of testing, HMD Global started rolling the Android 12 update for last year’s mid-ranger – Nokia G20, but better late than never, right? If you own the Nokia G20 and waiting for the Android 12 update, then read along to know more details.

Android 12 firmware reaches the Nokia G20 with a V2.230 software version number and weighs around 1.97GB in size. Yes, it is a big update compared to the monthly security updates. At the time of writing, the OTA is seeding in European countries (Germany currently), and a wider rollout should be expected in the coming days. Some users have already received the new update, Markus Rapp received the new update and shared the details on Nokia’s community forum. He confirmed that the new build brings May 2022 security patch.

Before moving ahead, let’s take a look at the new things coming with the Android 12 update. The new software comes with features like Privacy Dashboard, Accessibility Improvements, Conversation Widgets, enhanced security features, and other Android 12 essentials.

The wait is finally over, if you’re a Nokia G20 user, then you can now update your smartphone to the Android 12 OS. At the moment, it is in a rolling phase, available in select regions, you may have already received it, if not then you will get the update on your phone probably by next week. Sometimes users don’t receive Android updates via notification. So, in that case, you can manually check for the update by going to Settings > System > Software Update.

Before updating, make sure your phone is charged to at least 50% and also take a backup of important data. Have you received the new update? Tell us in the comment section.

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By Haneet Singh

He enjoys troubleshooting with iOS & Android devices. He loves to keep in touch with the latest technology! He loves to do experiments on new Operating Systems.

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