Packing the March Android Security Patch, the upgrade is currently accessible and will automatically reach the Nokia 9 PureView owners. The update is only available in the US right now. To recall, HMD Global had unveiled the Nokia 9 PureView smartphone in the recently concluded Mobile World Congress 2019 at Barcelona. The phone is now on sale in the USA.
Founded at a tweet by Juho Sarvikas, who is the chief product officer in HMD Global, the software update is around 282MB in size. Past the March Android Security patch, the upgrade brings system stability improvements and user interface enhancements to the telephone. Sarvikas had earlier mentionedthat the phone will also bring several improvements related to the picture tuning to the Nokia 9 PureView. The update rollout originally began on March 4.
As all software upgrades are released in batches, the Nokia 9 PureView might require a couple of days to reach users. But if you don’t need to wait for the upgrade notification, it is possible to attempt to manually look for the upgrade by visiting Settings > About Phone > System updates.
There is still no word on if HMD Global plans to launch the Nokia 9 PureView in India. The telephone features five rear cameras using Zeiss accredited lenses, which can be joined by three 12-megapixel monochrome detectors and two 12-megapixel RGB sensors. There’s also a 20-megapixel selfie shooter on the telephone.