It hints that Nokia Mobile is close to announcing the global rollout of the update and is in the last stages of testing it. However, if Vodafone Australia finds the update not complying with its requirements, it will send the update back to the manufacturer. And the carrier will start the testing all over again when it receives the revised update from the manufacturer.
Apart from that, Nokia Mobile still has at least five more smartphones which it needs to upgrade to Android 11 within the current quarter or by June. At the moment, it looks like a pretty huge task for the company, especially since no new phone has received Android 11 for over a month after Nokia 2.4 started receiving it on April 26.
Anyways, below is the status of the Nokia smartphones that are in the queue for Android 11: