Nokia will have smartphones and SAFE will bring the data of users to Finland, HMD Global

नोकिया के स्मार्टफोन होंगे और सेफ, यूजर्स के डेटा को फिनलैंड लाएगा एचएमडी ग्लोबल

New Delhi
Smartphone companies continue to pressurize the security of their users. Looking at this, Finland’s Finnish manufacturer HMD Global has decided to shift its data centers to Finland. HMD Global believes that doing this will help to improve the security of users of Nokia Devices much better than before.

The company was hit hard when it came to the news a few months ago that the data of users of Nokia 7 Plus is sending company directly to China. However, the company denied this news saying that it does not share data of users with any third party. At the same time, the company believed that the data that was being sent to China was only device activation data.

With this, the company also said that this is not the first time that any device activation data was being sent to another location. The company said that the device activation data of Nokia Devices which had been sold in China was sent to Singapore. However, in some of the Nokia 7 Plus batches, China was pre-installed as a device activation client, due to which users were going to data on China servers in the initial period.

The company is now shifting its servers from Singapore to Hameena in Finland. To move and store the activation data of the phone, HMD Global has partnered with Cloud and Data Science Consultancy firm CGI and Google Cloud.

Recently, the company has made a statement saying that the new Nokia 4.2, Nokia 3.2 and Nokia 2.2 will be the first device whose data will be stored at the new center. With this, the old Nokia devices will get an Android Q upgrade, the data will also be moved to the new center.

I'm Golu Sharma, and I've been around for 25 years. I was born and raised in Haldwani, Uttarakhand, India, and I now work as a web developer, designer, digital marketer, and tech lover. As a computer science major, I like sharing my knowledge by writing guides, patches, and reviews covering anything from OS customizations to third-party programmes and software.

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