Android 9.0 Pie is Coming to Nokia 5.1 With Dark Mode, Adaptive Battery, And Many Other Features

If your daily carrier is a Nokia 5.1, then we have some amazing news for you! Juho Sarvikas who is the Chief Product Officer at HMD Global announced over Twitter that Nokia 5.1 is going to receive the much-anticipated Android 9.0 Pie operating system update. This makes Nokia 5.1 the fourth Nokia smartphone to received Google’s latest operating system this year.

Nokia 5.1 is Getting Android 9 Pie

We have to give praise to HMD Global for putting so much focus on software updates. Even though Nokia 5.1 was released last year, the smartphone still benefits from HMD Global’s undivided attention and this means that Nokia 5.1 will get important software updates for the years to come.

Android 9.0 Pie is going to be released via OTA (over the air) channels and therefore, we advise all Nokia 5.1 users to make sure to download the new update via Wi-Fi because it will be quite large in size. Talking about Android 9.0 Pie, let’s take a look at the highlight features that the new update introduces so that Nokia 5.1 users know what’s coming their way.

Android 9.0 Pie Highlight Features

  • Adaptive Battery;
  • Dark Mode;
  • App Actions;
  • App Timer;
  • Adaptive Brightness;
  • Slices;
  • Accessibility Menu;
  • Easier Text Selection;
  • A New Home Button;
  • New Gesture Navigation;
  • Easier Screen Rotation;
  • Notification Details;
  • Dashboard;
  • Indoor Navigation via Wi-Fi RTT;
  • An Improved DND Mod;
  • Lockdown Mode;
  • An Improved Message App;
  • All Apps use HTTPS;
  • The Media Panel;
  • ART Improvements;
  • 157 New Emojis;
  • Wind Down;
  • Multiple Camera Support;
  • Wi-Fi MAC Randomization;
  • Much More.


As we can clearly see, Android 9.0 Pie introduces a plethora of cool features that are going to take the user experience of Nokia 5.1 to the next level. This is why all Nokia 5.1 users should make sure to download the new update ASAP.

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