WP8.1-based Nokia Cyan Update Rollout Begins

By 02:59 Tue, 20 Jul 2021 Comments

Windows Phone 8.1 is a major update and one we found to create a gigantic incompatibility to user experience. Couple it with Nokia’s large set of home-baked goodies and you acquire a software boost that can markedly improve your relationship with your phone.

The remarkable news is that the rollout has finally begun. The first smartphone to acquire the upgrade is the Nokia Lumia 625, which is a change of pattern for the manufacturer – traditionally it was high-discontinue smartphones that got the updates first.

It appears that the update is rolling out in stages and correct now selected users in Taiwan, Spain and Finland are getting it as a part of some sort of pilot program. If they don’t face any problems with the recent firmware then we can expect their compatriots to join the fun, with global availability of the update to follow shortly after.

Here’s a breakdown of the recent features brought by Windows Phone 8.1, which the Nokia Cyan extends with Creative Studio app, Bluetooth 4.0 LE support and ingrained display controls. There are even more updates, but those are hardware specific and won’t work on all devices.




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