Early April, HMD Global was on a hot streak on updating its devices. In less than a week, the company updated Nokia 8.1, 2.3, 4.2, and 2.2 to Android 11. The company is also pushing Android 11 to another phone under its portfolio – the budget Nokia 2.4.
With the update, Nokia 2.4 users will get a variety of features to play around with that were rolled out in Android 11. There are lots of them. Including a more potent power button menu with smart device controls, a built-in screen recorder, dynamic media controls, chat bubbles, notification history, dark mode scheduling, and more privacy thanks to one-time app permissions and auto-reset.
It might be some time before you get to see the update. The company will be seeding the update in batches – starting with several markets — as is the norm.
The first wave of updates are available to users in these countries:
- Hong Kong
- Saudi Arabia
- Sri Lanka
The company expects to roll out the updates to the whole of these markets by tomorrow, April 28. Other markets, including Kenya, will follow later.