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New updates for Nokia 2.4, Nokia 6.1 and Nokia 7 Plus

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Nokia’s multiple smartphones will be launched at the beginning of the new year. However, the company is also thinking seriously about old customers. And that’s why they brought new updates for the three smartphones. Nokia 2.4, Nokia 6.1 and Nokia 7 Plus received three security updates in December 2020. This will make the phones more secure.

According to Nokiamob, the Nokia 2.4 phone has been updated with the v1.130 build number, which is 1.36 MB in size. If you use this phone though you will get a notification soon or you can check by going to settings.

Along with Nokia 2.4, Nokia 6.1 and Nokia 7 Plus phones have also received updates. Updated size of Nokia 8.1 is 32.96 MB. Again 32.48 MB size of Nokia 6 Plus update. Note that no new features will be added to the phone from the update. However, phones with bug fixes and improved WiFi connections will be more secure.

Please note that before updating the phones, you must have a data backup. Also try to have more than 80 percent charge on the phone. It would be wise to update via WiFi instead of mobile network.



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Beatles Abbey Road sign sells for £37,000 at auction

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Beatles Abbey Road sign sells for £37,000 at auction

The plaque from the road that is home to the famed recording studios, and showcased on a Beatles album include, smashed expectations at the sale.

The common white, black and purple indication was designed in 1967 by Sir Misha Black and was a person of 275 signs remaining bought on behalf of Westminster Town Council.

Predicted to fetch amongst £1,000 and £2,000, the Abbey Highway NW8 indicator saw fierce competitors and offered for £37,200, which includes buyer’s quality and VAT.

All round, the lots bought for a total of £143,517 and noticed frantic past-moment bidding from all about the entire world, from Australia to Canada to Europe.

The a variety of signals were being put up for sale in a two-7 days timed auction by Catherine Southon Auctioneers & Valuers, in Chislehurst, south-east London, which arrived to a near on Wednesday evening.

Other indications marketed bundled two for Eaton Spot W1, which fetched £2,728 each individual, when New Cavendish Avenue W1 sold for £2,728 and Ebury Bridge Street SW1 bought for £1,364.

Auctioneer Catherine Southon explained: “As a south Londoner myself, the venture of promoting the London avenue signs has been massive entertaining from begin to end, and an honour to be concerned in.

“I have been unquestionably flabbergasted by the curiosity in the auction and the aggressive bidding from all in excess of the environment.

“Many folks have been bidding on the signals simply because they have a particular connection to the road -possibly they labored there, lived there, or, in some occasions, the indications just backlink to their identify.

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