Nokia smartphones powered by Android innovation

Nokia smartphones phones come with the purest version of Android there is. And with Android 9 Pie you get advanced artificial intelligence at your service.

Nokia smartphones powered by Android innovation

dipankar paul dipankar paul
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Nokia smartphones phones come with the purest version of Android there is. And with Android 9 Pie you get advanced artificial intelligence at your service. Android 9 Pie adapts to you and how you use your Nokia smartphone, learning your preferences as you go, for a faster, smoother experience.

Here's a peek at just some of the innovations that ensure that your Nokia smartphone only gets better with time.

Adapted to you
Adaptive Battery learns how you like to use your favorite apps and prioritizes them over apps you don’t use as often, improving the battery life. And for ideal screen settings, Android 9 Pie features Adaptive Brightness which learns and automatically adjusts the brightness based you how you like to use it.

App Actions
Exclusive to Android One and Google Pixel, App Actions predicts what you’re about to do, so you get to your next task more quickly. For example, your phone will adapt automatically during your morning commute, while you’re at work or when you connect your headphones.



Slices
More information, faster
Whether you’re fact-checking, looking up schedules or ordering food, Slices makes it faster to find what you need. It automatically brings the best and most relevant parts of your favorite apps to the surface.



UI
The easy way
Android 9 Pie brings an improved user interface with better security and intuitive navigation. Use gestures instead of buttons for easier and faster switching between apps.



Digital Wellbeing
Better quality of life
Understand more about how you use your Nokia smartphone – see how many notifications you get, plus how much time you spend in apps and how often you check your phone. Easily set daily limits or switch to Do Not Disturb to disconnect any time.

Comments

  • nitin kachare nitin kachare
    ✭✭✭✭  /  edited May 27
    Nokia smartphones phones come with the purest version of Android there is. And with Android 9 Pie you get advanced artificial intelligence at your service. Android 9 Pie adapts to you and how you use your Nokia smartphone, learning your preferences as you go, for a faster, smoother experience.

    Here's a peek at just some of the innovations that ensure that your Nokia smartphone only gets better with time.

    Adapted to you
    Adaptive Battery learns how you like to use your favorite apps and prioritizes them over apps you don’t use as often, improving the battery life. And for ideal screen settings, Android 9 Pie features Adaptive Brightness which learns and automatically adjusts the brightness based you how you like to use it.

    App Actions
    Exclusive to Android One and Google Pixel, App Actions predicts what you’re about to do, so you get to your next task more quickly. For example, your phone will adapt automatically during your morning commute, while you’re at work or when you connect your headphones.



    Slices
    More information, faster
    Whether you’re fact-checking, looking up schedules or ordering food, Slices makes it faster to find what you need. It automatically brings the best and most relevant parts of your favorite apps to the surface.



    UI
    The easy way
    Android 9 Pie brings an improved user interface with better security and intuitive navigation. Use gestures instead of buttons for easier and faster switching between apps.



    Digital Wellbeing
    Better quality of life
    Understand more about how you use your Nokia smartphone – see how many notifications you get, plus how much time you spend in apps and how often you check your phone. Easily set daily limits or switch to Do Not Disturb to disconnect any time.
    Just like as Pure Android.Can we get system images of our android phones in future so we can get option to flash rom of own mobile using these system images with tool.
  • madbilly madbilly
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    Great question @nitin kachare ! :smiley:
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