Nokia has released an update to its highly anticipated first Windows Phone 7 device, the Nokia Lumia 800.
Lumia 800 hit shelves just less than a month ago and Nokia is now hot on its heels to release the first software update for the company’s new flagship mobile operating system ever since the jump from Symbian OS to Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform.
The software update implementation should finish its round in the next two weeks for users who received the blessing and indulgence of Nokia Lumia 800’s availability in their country.
The update will be available for download via Microsoft Zune and will spread to global markets on stages, as company servers will not allow heavy simultaneous downloads.
While the latest update is currently spreading the good news, another Lumia 800 update is already set to arrive in the first quarter of 2012 with a new set of bug fixes and improvements.
According to Nokia Conversations, the current update delivers several notable performance and usability enhancements in areas such as better charging, voicemail notifications, Microsoft Exchange 2003 email replies, bright light display switching and audio quality.