Nokia 5.3 Getting New Features & Improvements With Android 12 Update

In March 2020, Nokia mobile unveiled the Nokia 5.3 smartphone in Malaysia with interesting specifications alongside the Android 10 operating system out of the box. Recently, the company has introduced lots of new features and enhancements for Nokia 5.3 smartphone by implementing the Android 12 update.

The major stock Android 12 software update is currently available on Nokia 5.3 mobile phone users in Malaysia and is expected to release in other regions soon in the coming days and weeks. This update comes with a bunch of new functions and modifications along with the September 2022 Android security patch to improve device security and stability and deliver a seamless user experience.

With the Android 12 update, Nokia brought the Material You theme. Picture-in-picture windows, Scroll screenshots, a Digital car key with BMW cars, an Inbuilt Android TV remote, New Privacy functions, One-hand mode, and more.

In addition, this update enhances the Accessibility features so that it is easier to access new visibility features, including increased area, extra screen dimming, bold text, and grayscale. It also brings an all-new widget that helps you to have conversations with the people on the device’s Home screen. For more information, do check the complete changelog to this update.

Nokia 5.3 Android 12 Changelog:

Now, users of the Nokia 5.3 can identify the Android 12 software update via the firmware version number V3.400, and users will have to download this latest update with around 2.03 GB of software update package size.

How To Download:

To download the Android 12 update on your Nokia 5.3 mobile phone, go to your device’s Settings. From here, scroll down and tap on System, then tap on Software Update. Here, click on Check for Updates; If an update is available, click on the Download button, wait for the download, and tap Install and it’s done.

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