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Nokia G60 5G is receiving the new Android 12 + October 2022 security update now – Nokiapoweruser

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The Nokia G60 5G is now receiving a new Android 12 release with the October security update. The Nokia smartphone has only received an October security update in some markets already. So, this update will be specifically for installing the new Android 12 version. Check below for update sizes, market list and change history for the Nokia G60 5G.

For all news of software updates related to other Nokia smartphones, click here. If you want to track the deployment of the October security update to Nokia smartphones, you can do so here.

Based on the advice from our readers, we are going to compile a list of Nokia G60 5G markets where the new update is now available. So, let us know if you got the update in the comments section. You can also try the VPN trick to get the update and see if it works.

Market List:

  • Nokia G60 5G in the UK and Australia

Nokia G60 5G Android 12 + October security update size:

The Nokia G60 5G is receiving a new version of Android 12 Build V1.190 with the October security update (2.26GB / 54.91MB depending on markets). You will be prompted to download this update, or you can check by going to Settings, searching for System updates, and then checking for update.

Nokia G60 5G October Security update

Nokia G60 5G update history:

The Nokia G60 5G is receiving a new version of Android 12 Build along with the October 2022 Android Security Update. The changelog for new builds notes overall “improved system stability” and “user interface improvements.” Here’s what the October security update covers as mentioned by Google on its official security bulletin page.

The most serious of these issues is a critical vulnerability in the framework component that can lead to local privilege escalation without the need for additional execution privileges. The severity assessment is based on the impact that the exploit could have on the affected device, assuming platform and service mitigations are turned off for development purposes or if they are successfully bypassed.

Thanks, John & MickyB Aus for the advice. cheers!!