Nokia X30 Bags October 2022 Security Update

Last month, Nokia unveiled its smallest eco-footprint smartphone with premium features, the Nokia X30 5G. The phone comes with a 6.43-inch AMOLED 90 Hz Display, 50MP big pixel PureView OIS camera, Snapdragon 695 5G processor, 4200mAh battery and Android 12 operating system out of the box. 

According to the information, Nokia X30 will receive the 3 OS upgrades and three years of monthly security updates for the sustainability and longevity of the device. Now, the company has started rolling out a new software update for Nokia X30 5G smartphone users, which mainly installs the October 2022 Android security update. Read more Nokia G21 Gets Android 12 Update

This update is currently released in the UK, and the Middle East and more regions are expected to roll out very soon in the coming days or weeks. The updated October 2022 security update for Nokia X30 5G comes with 44 Mb of software package size. However, this update does not carry a firmware version number. Read more Nokia Software Update: These 13 Devices Getting September 2022 Security Update

According to the changelog, the update brings system security and stability improvements to improve device performance. In addition, it fixes some high, critical, and medium security and privacy-related bugs and viruses from Google’s October 2022 security updates.

Apart from this, this update doesn’t bring any other noticeable changes and improvements, but you may notice some modifications after installing it on your device. You can check the changelog for this update below.

Nokia X30 5G October 2022 Update Changelog:

How To Update:

If you are a Nokia X30 5G user in the UK and the Middle East, go to the Settings of the device. From here, scroll down and tap on the System and click on the System update. Here, click on the Checks for the update; if an update is available, click on the Download button, wait for the download, and tap on the Install and it’s done.


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