The Nokia Lumia 800 might just kick start Nokia’s revival in the world of smartphones, and at least it proved to be a larger success than the MeeGo-powered Nokia N9, sporting clean design cues as well as an operating system which is clearly catching up with the Android and iOS platforms, although it is still some ways off from being super popular. The battery life of the Nokia Lumia 800 has been respectable, but it is definitely not outstanding by any means. Nokia claims that there are other Lumia 800 owners who are not too happy with the performance of their phone’s battery life as well, which is why Nokia announced that they will be working on future software updates that will hopefully fix that issue.
The first update ought to be released sometime next month, where it intends to promote phone efficiency by removing as many unnecessary processes as possible so that the juice on your handset will be stretched. As for the second update, it is tipped to arrive sometime in January next year that will address battery management.
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