If you so happen to be a loyal fan of the Finnish phone company Nokia, then chances are you are most probably rocking to a Windows Phone 8 device, or you could have fallen on hard times and are stuck with an older generation Windows Phone 7.5 device. Well, it would bode you well to perform an “upgrade” then by purchasing a newer handset, be it the Nokia Lumia 920, the Nokia Lumia 820, or even the more entry level Nokia Lumia 620. Why? Well, Nokia has just announced that they will be rolling out software updates for the above mentioned trio. It will not be a major update of sorts, but like what we believe, it would always be better if your smartphone had the latest firmware running on it, as that would (normally) make it run at its most efficient. Of course, there were times in the past where “duds” appeared, and the latest update had to be pulled back, but those moments are few and far in between.
Both the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 will be on the receiving of an update to software version 1232.5957.1308.00xx, where it will include performance and stability enhancements, enhanced automatic display brightness adjustment, and better display stability during calls. The Lumia 620 that was recently launched will see its software version hit 1030.6407.1308.00xx, where it is touted to deliver system stability improvements, enhanced touch behavior, and camera picture quality fixes.
- 2014-04-22 HTC Might Be Interested In Nokia's Chennai Factory
- 2014-04-21 Microsoft Nokia Deal Closes April 25th
- 2014-04-20 Nokia's Phone Division Will Be Named Microsoft Mobile
- 2014-04-17 #Chokia Is Just Desserts For Nokia’s 3D Printing Research
- 2014-04-17 Nokia Lumia 2520 Sales Suspended Due To Electric Shock Concerns
- 2014-02-28 Nokia Lumia 630 Specifications Leaked (Rumor)
- 2014-01-30 Lumia Black Update Released For AT&T Lumia 920 And 820
- 2014-01-23 Nokia Sold 8.2 Million Lumia Smartphones Last Quarter
- 2013-10-11 AT&T Rolling Out Amber Update For Nokia Lumia 820, 920
- 2013-08-05 Windows Phone GDR2 Update For Lumia 820/920 Spotted On Nokia's Servers