Nokia Lumia 620 Getting Global Firmware Update

Recently, reports indicated that Nokia started rolling out the 1308 software update to the Lumia 920 and now the Finnish company has confirmed that they are rolling out the firmware update to Lumia 620 and Lumia 820 globally.

So far only Lumia 920 owners received the update but news is spreading like wildfire that the Lumia 620 is also getting the firmware release. Even though Nokia has confirmed the firmware update for Lumia 820, there is no confirmation from users if they have received the update.

"From Germany to Malaysia to India, it seems that users are getting the firmware patch to help improve performance. While people are getting the new Storage Check to help manage their space, it looks like the Lumia 620 has a few specifics that were kindly detailed by Nokia support," reports WPCentral.

The Nokia Lumia 620 firmware version 1030.6407.1308.00xx, brings enhancements as well as bug fixes to the smartphone. The software update will bring improved touchscreen functions, including corrections in multi-touch actions, better voice quality with Bluetooth headsets that support echo/noise suppression, enhanced camera performance with corrected exposure when flash is used in bright light conditions and various improvements to system stability, performance and usability.

The firmware will be released over-the-air (OTA) in stages during the coming weeks. You can check if your Lumia 620 has the update waiting by going into Settings > Phone Update and Check for Updates. You will need to be connected over Wi-Fi to get it and it should take about 10 to 15 minutes to complete the process.

The Lumia 920 1308 firmware update was supposed to bring bug fixes as well as enhancements. But many users complained that they are facing connectivity issues after installing the update. AT&T has already halted the software release. For Lumia 620 it's been "so far, so good" with no complaints till now.

Have you received the firmware update on your Nokia Lumia 620?

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