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Nokia N1 sold out yet again. Receives Android 5.0.2 in the latest OTA update

Two Nokia N1 bytes here. The latest Nokia N1 batch (5th) that went on sale on 26th Feb after a long waiting time has sold out yet again, details are awaited. Nokia N1’s first batch of 20,000 units sold out in 4 minutes and Nokia N1‘s second batch sold out too. Second batch had seen 666,594 buyers’ interests and had 32,000 units to grab. While first batch lasted 4 minutes, the second batch did last longer, but was gone in 7 minutes and 47 seconds.. The 3rd and 4th batches have met the same fate (sold out).

Nokia has always been known for supporting its devices with latest software updates and Nokia N1 users are getting a taste of it. The latest OTA update for Nokia N1 has brought the very latest Android 5.0.2 that only a handful of lucky Android device owners may claim of receiving as the official update.

nokia n1 OTA Nokia N1 OTA2The Nokia N1 update A5CN21B changelog:

1. Updated the Z-Launcher to 1.1.4-beta

2. Upgrade to the Android latest version 5.0.2

3. Optimize alert wakeup mechanism to improve battery life

4. Optimize the storage device the reforming time

5. Amendments to part of the picture format color management issues

6. Update the Intel Open XML translator

7. Optimize the OTA update reminder mechanism, more human

8. Fix Wi-Fi network cannot be enabled in some cases problems

Nokia may talk more about its plans to bring Nokia N1 elsewhere during its MWC 2015 event.


Nayan has more than 10 years of experience of covering Technology and innovations. He is a big Nokia fan and Tech disruptions aficionado. He loves to review new cool gadgets and writing about Android, iOS, Gadgets and general Technology stuff. He has been associated with other well-known Tech sites WinCentral and GadgetOx since long. He currently sports a Lumia 950 XL and Nexus 5X. Other interests include listening to Nu-Metal Hits and Kick-Boxing. Write to him at Email: [email protected]
  • Alberto Rovatti

    Nokia Long live !. Thanks Kamal forever continue to Nokia. Greetings from Argentina

  • Teo

    20.000… 32.000…. This level of production is very disappointing!! What do they hope to increase it?

  • Hi Kamal,

    I have one questions out of curiosity. Though I ma not sure if you are the right person to ask this but Why are they still using Nokia for N1 and Microsoft for Lumia?

    • Kamal

      Microsoft acquired Lumia brand from Nokia, that’s why they can use Lumia but not Nokia. Nokia N1 is from the real “Nokia”.

  • JLIT99

    Fast updates, a clean OS and cutting edge value for money hardware.

    It seems like Nokia will be an Android success story in not too long!

    • Wean Irdeh

      I doubt ‘real Nokia’ will comeback anytime soon. Handset business is risky for long-term and Telecommunication Equipment seems promising and safe for long-term

  • Mike R

    You really need service you website,, It takes way too long loading with all this advertising on here,,I like visiting this site as it is updated frequently but loading it really sucks

    • JLIT99

      I keep on getting force redirected by an ad here to download a dodgy Android app every time I open a page on this site. Since there’s no app for Android yet, it means it’s impossible to use my phone to read here.

      • Mike R

        My Antivirus software stopped a Trojan from trying to take control of my Web Browser here a short while back,,,Was not impressed

      • Kamal

        Can you guys try clearing cache of your browser and try loading the site. I just checked on three of my smartphones and still not able to replicate the issue.

        • JLIT99

          I’ve cleared out the cache on my phone and tried Firefox, AOSP Browser, and Chrome. All exhibit this problem.

          Perhaps it’s an issue specific to Europe. I’ll send you a screenshot next time I browse from my phone.

          • Kamal

            That’s disappointing!! Actually if you scroll down to bottom of NPU, you can see that your site gets scanned daily by and is rated “safe. We used ads from reputed sites. I again tried it on my Lumia 1020, IE, mobile agent and don’t see anything.

            • JLIT99

              I don’t think it’s anything to do with your own side backend.

              I think one of the major ad companies (possibly Google) is hosting these dodgy ads. They appear, but less frequently on other sides as well such as The Verge.


              If you could somehow block ads from, I would really appreciate it – this site is the biggest perpetrator.