Nokia Mobile has now expanded release of January security update to more smartphones. Both Nokia X30 5G & Nokia G60 5G are receiving a new Android 12 build with January Security update now. Good news is that the new Android 12 build brings a new camera feature for both the smartphones.

Check below for the Android 12 + January Security update size, list of markets and the update changelog for Nokia X30 5G & Nokia G60 5G.

For all software update news related to other Nokia smartphones click here. If you want to track  January security update roll-out to Nokia smartphones you can do it here.

On the basis of tips received from our readers, we will collate a list of markets for Nokia X30 5G & Nokia G60 5G, where the new Android 12 build and January security update is now available. So, do let us know if you have received the update in the comments section. You can also try the VPN trick for getting the update and see if it works.

Nokia X30 5G Android 12 + January security update size:

Nokia X30 5G is receiving a new Android 12 Build V1.310 with the January security update (495 MB in size depending upon markets). You will either be prompted to download this update, or you can check by going to Settings and searching system updates and then by checking for the update.

Nokia X30 5G & Nokia G60 5G update changelog:

Both Nokia X30 5G & Nokia G60 5G are receiving new Android 12 Builds along with the 2023 January Android security update. The changelog for new builds mentions the generic “improved system stability” and “UI enhancements”. But our own DrNokia has reported that it also brings a new camera feature along with itself.

As one can see in the screenshot below, a new “Flash shot” mode is added to the Camera with new update.

Here is what the January security update addresses as mentioned by Google on its official Security bulletin page.

The most severe of these issues is a high security vulnerability in the Framework component that could lead to local escalation of privilege with no additional execution privileges needed. The severity assessment is based on the effect that exploiting the vulnerability would possibly have on an affected device, assuming the platform and service mitigations are turned off for development purposes or if successfully bypassed.

Thanks, Qiutiandongtian & DrNokia for the tip. Cheers!!