Owners of Nokia smartphones have been able to enjoy fast and great software support so far. It turns out, however, that in these smartphones may miss the most important novelty presented by Google …

According to the product director at Nokia, smartphones from HMD Global will not get support for the most important news that Google announced at this year's I / O conference. Currently, no device with Nokia branding will enable users to use Project Treble – an ambitious solution that is to speed up and simplify Android updates and make the latest software come to our hands faster. https://twitter.com/sarvikas/status/937921126306426880 Project Treble is a kind of modular Android framework that allows you to expand its structure directly by updating individual elements. Theoretically, according to Google, any equipment that has Android Oreo or newer version will be able to use for Project Treble. Practically, all this can be done from version 7.0 of Nougat. The decision is, however, only in the hands of partners and OEMs who decide for themselves whether they want to use the solution or simply give it up. Well, and if Nokia's smartphones were quickly getting security updates and system updates, it looks like it's still a blow. Unfortunately, it is not known what is the official reason that Nokia devices will not support Project Treble, but as you do not know what's going on, it's all about money. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/752980/nokia-8-test-recenzja/#pid=wd I hope that over the next weeks we will learn more about the next moves of Nokia. This time, Juho Sarvikas promises that HMD smartphones will be supported and secure . It seems to me, however, that users who have spent money on them will be hard to swallow the lack of support for Project Treble. The same can be said for the owners of smartphones from Chinese OnePlus.