Nokia 7 has started getting 064C-B02 November Security Patch Update With Camera Enhancements: Nokia has made a comeback this year with series of smartphones to cater to every category of smartphone users. Nokia 7 is one of the latest smartphones released by Nokia and currently, it is only available in China. Nokia 7 is getting a new software update, and there are lots of improvements available in it. It is not just the latest Android security patch for which you should take the update, there are various enhancements which makes it is must-have update. The update is available as OTA, and the file size will be 172 MB. The OTA update is only for China users having Nokia 7 with build number 064C-B02. Once you take the update, you will automatically notice lots of changes.
Premium Specifications of Nokia 7
Nokia 7 is one of the hyped smartphones released by Nokia this year. It was hyped for its ‘Bothie’ camera. It has 5.2-inch IPS 2.5D display with the resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. On top of that, there will be Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Nokia 7 features octa-core Qualcomm SnapDragon 630 chipset clocking at 1.8 GHz. It is the brand new chipset, and soon, you will find premium smartphones coming out with the same chipset. Nokia 7 is available in 2 variants – 4GB & 64GB and 6GB & 128GB. The rear camera is whopping 16 MP with f/1.8 and dual-tone flash. The front camera is 5 MP with f/2.0 aperture. The smartphone has NFC support and fingerprint scanner at the back. The battery is a non-removable 300mAh one.
Changes In The Nokia 7 064C-B02 November Security Patch Update
Apart from November security patch, the update will bring an improved in the cameras of the smartphone. The photos taken with the cameras will be brighter than before, and the face recognition will be better and faster. Furthermore, the smear will get reduced, and you will get a better color brightness. Besides camera performance, the battery performance will be better, and the Power Saving mode will be more effective. There will be more stability in the network and the system as a whole. After Google and Blackberry, Nokia is the smartphone manufacturer to release November security patch ahead of Samsung. It is certainly a positive step taken by the company.
The software update is based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat, and there is no news on when Nokia users can expect the update to Android Oreo. Moreover, there is no plan yet to launch the phone outside China.