Nokia Lumia 800 owners experiencing camera and audio problems with their handset can rest assured a fix is on the way, the phone-maker has advised.
Nokia fessed up to glitches with the handset’s camera that mean it does not focus correctly and noise interference during music playback on a company-maintained user forum.
The update will be the third pushed out by Nokia to address teething problems with its flagship phone for 2012 and continues its policy of getting fixes out early for its make-or-break phone.
Earlier this month, the Finns made a patch available for the handset after users were plagued by battery problems having initially attempted to tackle issues with the phone’s longevity back in December.
News of Nokia’s plans to manage its newly burnished rep comes amid a photographic leak, giving us our first look at a further addition to the Lumia range of Windows Phone powered smarties.
Picked up on by WPCentral, the snap of the hitherto unconfirmed Lumia 910 shows a phone with nigh-on identical looks to the Lumia 900, but packs a superior 12.1-megapixel camera.
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