Update: Android 9.0 Pie is now rolling out for some of the latest Nokia phones including Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 6.1 Plus. Sign up using Nokia Beta Labs now!
Apparently, all the manufacturers are turning towards releasing the Oreo Beta program for their latest flagship phones. The Beta programs are basically enrolled for testers who actually have the eligible device to test the upcoming software update. Following Google’s Developer Preview, many manufacturers like Samsung, Sony, OnePlus, Xiaomi, and many more started rolling out Beta builds. This happened to Android 7.0 Nougat and now its happening with Oreo. The latest manufacturer to push the Android 8.0 Oreo beta firmware update is Nokia.
Under Nokia’s BetaLabs, the manufacturer started enrolling beta testers for the Nokia 8 users. The company has also confirmed the same for other devices like Nokia 3 , Nokia 5, and Nokia 6. The latest update brings all the Oreo goodies and latest security patch level. The full changelog is listed below.
The company’s Chief Product Officer at HMD (the subsidiary of Nokia)quoted on Twitter confirming the Beta Labs’ existence.
— Juho Sarvikas (@sarvikas) October 25, 2017
It is wise to sign up right now because there are only a few enrollment spots available.
Here is the changelog for the Nokia 8’s Android 8.0 Oreo Beta update:
Nokia’s Oreo beta brings a new build number V435D for Nokia 8. It includes features like Picture-in-Picture, Notification dots, Autofill passwords, and much more.
Apart from that it brings the latest October 2017 Security Patch level.
How to sign up for Nokia’s Android 9.0 Pie and 8.0 Oreo Beta Labs program?
1. First, visit BetaLabs link and sign up as a Nokia member.
2. Sign up using Facebook or Google+ or your email address.
3. Later, input your device’s IMEI number and Network operator.
4. Agree to terms and register for beta labs.
5. Once your applications is approved, you will receive an OTA update.
We will list the full stock firmware download links here once available. So you can still update to Oreo Beta once the enrollment has ended. So stay tuned.