According to reports, Nokia 4.2 and Nokia 3.2 have begun to receive new Android 9.0 Pie-based updates and May Android security patches. This update also brings a new feature in addition to fixing bugs and other improvements. Recall that HMD Global launched Nokia 4.2 and Nokia 3.2 on MWC 2019 – both smartphones have launched Android 9.0 Pie. Like other recent Nokia smartphones from HMD Global, both are part of Google’s Android One initiative, which promises to update and optimize the interface in a timely manner. To this end, HMD Global has released the latest updates for Nokia 4.2 and Nokia 3.2 in India.
According to a report from the NPU, Nokia 4.2 (comment) is receiving the build number V1.22E and weighs 439.7MB. The update is said to bring improved system stability, UI enhancements and Android security patches in May 2019. This update also brings a new white balance option
Display settings for Nokia smartphones.
With the new white balance feature, the report indicates that Nokia 4.2 users will be able to manually adjust the colour temperature of the display. If you are not satisfied with the new settings, you can reset them to their default values by clicking the reset button. In addition to this new feature, the new software update also focuses on improved system stability and UI enhancements. This update also fixes a critical security vulnerability in the media framework that could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code in the context of a privileged process using a specially crafted file.
In another report from the NPU, Nokia 3.2 is also known to receive the same updates in terms of functionality. However, it is said to have an internal version number of V1.08D and a weight of 423.3MB. It is said that these two updates are currently only available in India. To see if your smartphone is receiving updates, you can wait for OTA notifications or go to Settings > System Updates to check.