List of Nokia smartphones eligible for Android 12, release date- Nokiapoweruser

Many of our readers have been asking us about which Nokia smartphones are eligible to get the Android 12 update. As it happened with Android 11, Android 12 roll-out to Nokia smartphones may start later this year and get completed in 2022.

Android 12 is supposed to bring lots of UI changes, new animations and features. You can read the official details about Android 12 Beta UI changes and new features by clicking here.

Most of the Nokia smartphones (G-series and X-series) come with guaranteed 2 and 3 years of Android OS upgrade promise. Hence by that rule, if a

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Samsung’s Android 12 release for Galaxy S21 humbles all other OEMs

Last updated: November 15th, 2021 at 21:36 UTC+01:00

We were hoping for One UI 4.0 to launch in November after a Samsung Community Manager hinted at a possible early release, and sure enough, the update went live today for the Galaxy S21 series worldwide. The One UI 4.0 update introduces new customization options, new privacy settings, as well as other refinements to the user experience and the UI. But aside from the update’s content, what really impressed us this time around was Samsung’s fantastic firmware support and the speed with which it released the first One UI 4.0 public build.

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One-Netbook is building a Steam Deck rival that you can test before release

In brief: With Steam Deck creating so many headlines, it was just a matter of time before we saw similar concepts emerge. Before Steam Deck, there were already some, like the Intel-based OneXplayer from One-Netbook. This same company is now developing an AMD-based portable console you can test soon.

One-Netbook is giving select individuals the chance to try its upcoming OneXplayer AMD Edition. For now, besides packing an AMD chip, we don’t know any specifications of the portable console, but the company should unveil them before release.

However, we know the specifications of the Intel-based models, which should be relatively

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Samsung’s still on track for a stable Android 12 / One UI 4 release in 2021

Last updated: October 13th, 2021 at 15:10 UTC+02:00

Samsung recently began rolling out the second Android 12-based One UI 4.0 beta firmware for the Galaxy S21 series, but the company hasn’t settled on a launch date for the first public build yet. How could it have?! The point of the beta program is to test the software and fix potential issues, and a developer can never be too sure how much time it will need to polish the firmware enough for a public release. However, with the second One UI 4.0 beta firmware now out for the Galaxy S21 series,

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Here’s when Google may release it!

Last week, Google released the fifth (and final) beta build of Android 12 for Pixel phones. Google says we should expect the stable update to launch in just a few weeks from now, but they never gave a firm date. Now, we’ve seen evidence pointing to what may be the tentative launch date of the Android 12 stable update for Pixel phones.

Earlier today, I tweeted a screencap from an internal Google document that details when the company will cease approving software builds based on Android 10, Android 11, and Android 12. In case you’re not aware, Google must give

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Cisco says it will not release software update for critical 0-day in EOL VPN routers

Cisco announced recently that it would not be releasing software updates for a vulnerability with its Universal Plug-and-Play (UPnP) service in Cisco Small Business RV110W, RV130, RV130W, and RV215W Routers.

The vulnerability allows an unauthenticated, remote attacker to execute arbitrary code or cause an affected device to restart unexpectedly, resulting in a denial of service (DoS) condition.

“This vulnerability is due to improper validation of incoming UPnP traffic. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by sending a crafted UPnP request to an affected device. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to execute arbitrary code as the root user on

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ICPunks to release 10,000 free NFTs in debut drop on the Internet Computer

ICPunks has announced the release of 10,000 nonfungible tokens (NFT) on the Internet Computer. Users are eligible to claim their free token Wednesday at 8 pm UTC.

Conceptualized by brothers Przemek and Tomasz Chojecki, alongside Adam Stępnik, the trio was inspired to create the avatars following acronym comparisons to the 1990s hip-hop duo Insane Clown Posse and the overwhelming success of the legendary CryptoPunk NFTs.

Following a series of exclusive early releases, it is expected that only 3,000 punks will be available to claim, one per user, at the time of release.

Cointelegraph spoke to Przemek, a co-founder of the

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List of eligible devices & release date

This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..

Original story (published on April 20) follows:

Motorola has already updated several of its devices to Android 10. That said, attention is now turning to the next big OS from Google – Android 11 update. The Big G is already working on the preview version ahead of the public beta release possibly in May 2020.

Although Motorola no longer ranks among the top when it comes to rolling out timely software updates on the regular, both minor and major Android OS upgrades, the Lenovo-owned company is

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Genshin Impact Switch release delayed by ‘weaker hardware’

RPG phenomenon Genshin Impact has reportedly had its Switch version delayed due to developer Mihoyo experiencing issues with the console’s ‘weaker hardware,’ potentially hinting that the game could instead come to the rumored Nintendo Switch Pro.

The delay was reported by Twitter user Genshin Report, a prominent source of news on Genshin Impact. When asked as part of a Q&A session when the Switch version of Genshin Impact will launch, Genshin Report answered: “Likely sometime this year. There have been issues with the weaker hardware.”

Of course, this should all be taken with a grain of salt, as developer Mihoyo

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