AOS logo It is a website that provides scores for Android phone manufacturers based on the average number of operating system updates they have pushed to their phones in the past.
The more major updates a manufacturer releases, the higher the AOSMark score. This should also be related to the end users being more satisfied with their mobile phones, but this is usually not the case. In any case, AOSMark updated its score table on March 25, and Nokia dropped to 11th place, second only to Oppo, Realme and Huawei. Since Nokia has a large number of smartphones that need to be updated, and many phones have not yet been updated, I am not surprised by the current location.
But what surprised me was Nokia uses AOSMark The team thinks they are running Android 11. So far, Nokia Mobile has released Android 11 to Nokia 8.3 5G and Nokia 3.2 respectively. However, AOSMark has Nokia 5.3, Nokia 2.2 and Nokia 2.3 there. It was also mentioned that all these devices run Android 10, so they will not change the score, but it makes me suspect that AOSMark knows what many of us don’t know.
So i checked Frequently Asked Questions section And found that the team also counted the devices running the latest OS beta version (which should usually be close to the release cycle), and these devices popped up within its range.
If you check Geekbench for Nokia devices running Android 11, you will find Nokia 5.3, Nokia 1 Plus, Nokia 8.1 and Nokia 3.4 here. There are some devices on the AOSMark list, but none.
In any case, we can then add Nokia 2.2 and Nokia 2.3 as possibly running Android 11 versions that are almost ready to be released.