Earlier this year, Nokia — now a part of Microsoft — released its first Android-based handset dubbed as Nokia X. It’s not the same Android as we know it, but is based on AOSP (Android Opensource Project) and doesn’t depend on Google services. Instead, it works on Microsoft/Nokia’s services.
Many thought the project will be abandoned once Nokia comes under the leadership of Microsoft, but it seems it’s not happening any time soon. An update for Nokia X is rolling out as we speak, which bumps the software version to 184.108.40.206, and comes with some performance improvements and enhancements.
The new software update brings Microsoft One Drive and Contact Transfer apps, which give users the ability to make use of Microsoft’s cloud storage service, as well as contact transfers app.
Here’s the complete change log of the update:
- Microsoft OneDrive and Contact Transfer apps added
- Updated version of Nokia Store
- Improvements to stability, performance, and usability
The update should reach you in the coming days as the device automatically checks for updates when connected to WiFi. Just update you device as soon as you get the notification.