The firm that holds the permit to produce Nokia branded Android handsets, HMD Global, lately rolled out the Nokia 7 Plus handset. This is the first non-Google handset to have admission to the Android P’s developer preview.
On the other hand, after downloading the update, which was claimed to be June’s security patch, many of the Android P consumers criticized that they have been demoted to Android 8.0 Oreo OS.
After installing and downloading the update, the consumers criticized that their handset is frequently crashing and applications are turning out to be unresponsive. It appears that there is some he problem. Small bugs and issues are often encountered in the beta edition but it has never occurred that a smartphone is being demoted to earlier version of the OS. This means that the issue is grave and is not a small problem.
Currently, the firm has not yet spoken a word on the problem. The consumers who are encountering issues require to factory reset their handsets so as to get the steady version of Android 8.1 on their handsets.
For those who are not aware, the Nokia 7 Plus has a price label of Rs 25,999 and sports a full HD+ 6-inch IPS LCD display. The screen is safeguarded with a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass. The handset is fueled by Snapdragon Qualcomm 660 chip parried with 64 GB inbuilt memory and 4 GB RAM. Consumers can additionally extend the memory by using a microSD card. The smartphone provides setup for dual rear camera with 12 MP + 13 MP sensors in addition to a 16 MP front camera. It has extra capacity on battery in comparison to Nokia 8 Sirocco.
Lately, another Nokia handed reported some problems. The consumers on Nokia 6.1 criticized that the issue with the handset began after installing May’s security patch.