Nokia to roll out firmware updates for Lumia line of devices


Nokia is banking heavily on their Lumia line of handsets to bring glory back to their company. The Lumia line of smartphones is powered by Windows 7 operating system and is considered by many as a great smartphone for everyone.

Nokia announced that they are going to rollout firmware updates for three of their Lumia line handsets.

Nokia announced in their Nokia Connects blog that they are going to update the Luma 610, 710 and 900. It is surprising that the company didn’t include the Lumia 800 in their firmware upgrade. Though the company announced that they will be upgrading the set of smartphones, the company failed to announce when these updates will be available to consumers.

Updates for the Lumia 900 version 2175.2101.8779.12201 will include enhanced sensitivity for proximity sensor performance and improved screen colors in low light conditions for your smartphone.

For the Lumia 710 version, 1600.3031.8779.12180 will be Internet sharing. This will enable your Lumia 710 to share Internet connection to up to 5 devices.

The Lumia 610 version 1066.0000.8779.12201 will have better sensitivity for proximity sensor performance and improved sound level for alarm tone during voice calls.

Lumia owners will get a pop up notice once updates for their Lumia’s will be available.

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