Nokia has announced it is readying new software updates for three handsets in its Windows Phone-powered Lumia range, containing numerous improvements and fixes.
The Finnish phone-maker has revealed that it will be rolling out firmware bumps for the Lumia 920, the Lumia 820 and the Lumia 620 in the coming weeks.
The Lumia 920 and 820 will receive firmware version 1232.5957.1308.00xx, which brings improved automatic display brightness adjustment, a fix for a bizarre issue where the screen intermittently goes blank during calls and various performance and stability improvements.
The Lumia 620, meanwhile, will get a much chunkier firmware update 1030.6407.1308.00xx, which adds improved touchscreen functions, including corrections in multi-touch action and better voice quality with Bluetooth headsets that support echo/noise reduction. It also comes with enhanced camera performance when flash is used and optimisations to system stability, usability and performance.
Nokia said that a notification will pop-up when the updates are ready for your handset, which will presumably be available as over-the-air downloads. The exact software version received (to replace the ‘xx’) will vary between different regions.
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