Nokia have an update for Lumia 800 which should fix battery issues that have been affecting users. Build 1600.2487.8107.12070 brings “significant improvements in battery performance and power management” and will be delivered via the Zune desktop software. As usual mobile operators can get in the way of the update and so Nokia have a table showing which operators have issues the update.
via the Nokia blog
GLOBAL – Since launching the Nokia Lumia 800 late last year, we’ve been focused on delivering continuous enhancements to the phone through software updates. Today, we’re happy to announce the third software update in only four months.
This software version for the Lumia 800 (1600.2487.8107.12070) brings significant improvements in battery performance and power management. Originally scheduled for 18 April, we’ve now managed to bring the schedule forward.
But before you get all excited and reach out for that cable to connect your Lumia 800 to your Mac or PC, there’s just one more thing to know: the update will not span the globe all at once. It will be queued up over 4 weeks, beginning today (28 March) for the first batch. Subsequent phased updates will be on 4, 11 and 18 April. Click here to see if the update is available for your country or your operator.
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