On this episode we discuss all issues Nokia as Android fanatic Aditya Shenoy joins host Pranay Parab to debate the state of the Android One program and the position of Nokia on this. We start this episode by speaking in regards to the historical past of the Android One program and the way it’s advanced to turn into what it’s immediately. Then we speak about Nokia mobiles and the place they’d been all these years earlier than Android One. Subsequent we speak about Nokia returning to Android and the way they selected to go the Android One route, and the way it impacts the corporate.
That is the place we talk about the place the Nokia Android One journey is hampering the corporate and methods through which it could actually mitigate these limitations. We additionally point out the standard of software program and promise of updates that’s so uncommon within the Android world, and the way Nokia is doing a commendable job. Nonetheless we do query whether or not that is ok to assist the corporate promote smartphones in India.
Then we discuss in regards to the Nokia 5.three, which desires to be among the many greatest telephones underneath Rs. 15,000 in India. Nokia 5.three exhibits every part that represents modern-day Nokia telephones. It is acquired glorious software program, a assure of long-term updates, and that is not nice for the worth proper now. We talk about how Nokia may enhance this smartphone and what would make us advocate this system to everybody. This begins as a easy change request, however evolves into some pretty suggestions on how the software program may very well be improved as nicely.
That is all for this week’s episode of Orbital, which you’ll subscribe to through Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or simply hit the play button under.
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