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Nokia 4.2 Android 10 Update Starts Rolling Out to Over 40 Countries Globally

Nokia 4.2

After recently seeding out Android 10 update to the Nokia 2.3, HMD Global is rolling out the same to Nokia 4.2 devices.

Announced, as usual, by Chief Product Officer at HMD Global, Juho Sirvakas, the company’s first wave of updates will begin in 42 countries globally.

Some few African markets like Tunisia and Libya are included, but sadly, Kenya is not among the first batch. The company says 10 percent of the listed markets(full list here), will start receiving the update immediately while 50% by April 12th.

The company will be done with all the markets included in the first wave by April 14th. From there, the company says they will update on the markets to be served in the second wave.

Typically, in tow with the update, Nokia 4.2 users will be able to get new Android 10 features like smart replies, a swipe-based gesture navigation system, full system-wide dark mode, aggregated privacy settings – both on the backend and frontend – plus, more parental controls to help parents keep tabs on what their kids are doing on their mobile devices.

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