Just like all software updates, expect the Nokia 5's Pie release to come out in stages.
The only phone that appears to not make it to the list is the Nokia 2, launched back in Nov 2017.
Android Pie brings a new gesture navigations and a new design for the settings menu.
Nokia 8 Sirocco has received the heftiest price cut, bringing its price down to Rs 36,999.
Other Nokia devices which are to get an Android 9.0 Pie update include the Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 8.
Here is a list of the devices that are getting the update, and the changelog that will come with it.
HMD Global had launched the Nokia 7.1 at an event in London on 4 October with Android Oreo.
The Nokia 8 was the company's flagship offering when it was launched late last year.
The update will also overhaul the camera UI a fair bit with a new hamburger menu to access modes.
The Motorola One Power will be the brand's second smartphone to be part of the Android One Programme.
Pixel smartphones should most probably be getting Android P by the end of this month.
The Nokia A1 Plus is also expected to come with in-display fingerprint scanner and OLED display.
The face unlock feature will be an image recognition based system given the hardware on the phones.
The Nokia 7 Plus also happens to be one of the smartphone's that support the Android P Beta.
While Nokia enjoys the broader brand appeal thanks to the nostalgia element attached to the brand, it will not get them too far without underlying innovation.
Now the Nokia 5 last year was launched at a price of Rs 13,499 and we can expect the Nokia 5 (2018) to be launched at the same price.
Earlier, the Nokia 7 Plus had support for 4G VoLTE, but only for one SIM. The other only had support for 3G.
The Nokia 7 Plus will be sold at a price of Rs 25,999 exclusively on Amazon while the Nokia 8 Sirocco will be a Flipkart exclusive for Rs 49,999.
Given the Nokia Sirocco branding, I expected a smartphone that was as luxurious as it was functional, a phone that could take on the Samsung Galaxy S9
Nokia which had slipped from the heights of mobile handset business in the country, has become profitable again in just over a year of relaunch of its phones.