While we’re sure many Windows 7.x owners are bummed that they are missing out on Windows Phone 8, hopefully Windows Phone 7.8 will be a good enough update to tide you guys over until you get a new phone. Now we know that Windows Phone 7.8 is currently sitting on the AT&T servers waiting to be pushed out, but when exactly will that be taking place? Well according to the folks at Windows Phone Central, they have learn via an leaked internal AT&T email that the Windows Phone 7.8 update is expected to begin rolling out to Lumia 900 devices come 30th of January which apparently is a day earlier than expected. The changelog of the update can be found on WPCentral’s website (source link below), but if you’d rather skip on the reading, you might be interested in checking out the video above by the folks at WMExperts, who have managed to install Windows Phone 7.8 on the Lumia 9200 and have put together a walk-through on some of the changes you can expect.
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