AOSMark is a site that gives points to Android phone manufacturers based on how many OS updates they on average previously sent to their phones.
The more major updates a manufacturer releases, the higher the AOSMark score. This should also relate to the fact that end users are more satisfied with the phone, but it generally does not work that way. In any case, AOSMark updated the points list back on March 25, and Nokia fell to 11th place, just above oppo, realme and Huawei. Since Nokia has many smartphones to update, and the updates are not yet coming to many phones, it does not surprise me the current position.
But what surprises me is the number Nokia devices AOSMark the team believes running Android 11. So far, Nokia Mobile has released Android 11 for Nokia 8.3 5G and Nokia 3.2, and that’s it. But AOSMark has Nokia 5.3 there, along with Nokia 2.2 and Nokia 2.3. All of these devices are also mentioned as running Android 10, so they do not change the score, but make me wonder what AOSMark knows that many of us do not.
So I checked FAQ section and found that the team also counts devices that appeared in their scope running beta versions of the latest OS update, which should usually be close to the release cycle.
If you check the Geekbench for Nokia devices running Android 11, you will find Nokia 5.3, Nokia 1 Plus, Nokia 8.1 and Nokia 3.4. Some devices are there on the AOSMark list, but some are not.
In any case, we can add Nokia 2.2 and Nokia 2.3 which will probably run the Android 11 version which is almost ready to be released.