By Megan Fleet
Nokia's latest product roadmap suggests that they are definitely on top of things! The Finnish company recently released their flagship Windows 7 smartphone, the Lumia 800 as part of the growing Nokia cell phone product line. As good business practices dictate, they haven’t taken months to get a software update out to its customers to add “new sparkle dust” with some post-distribution improvements.
In the next two weeks the update will be rolled out ushering innovative performance enhancing changes. While, not the most glamorous of enhancements, Nokia will dramatically improve battery charging time - something so important when your phone starts to sputter out of juice. A great “just in case” option for high consumption users is to leverage premium electronic accessories, such as, batteries, memory cards, data cables, stylus & pens to enhance their devices.
Additional business oriented improvements were made to voicemail notifications and the email reply function for Microsoft Exchange 2003 - an business(imperative when working on the go. Visually, Nokia has ameliorated the Lumia 800’s display allwing for improved viewing in bright lighting. Your audio experience will also be positively tweaked with this update that brings higher quality sound through your headphones earpieces.
For the eager Nokia customers who have already purchased the Lumia 800, look for this software update to be made available through Microsoft Zune. Be aware that it is slated as a phased rolled out, to minimize stress on the system from simultaneous downloads. And for those expecting to see a new Nokia under the tree, another update with more improvements and fixes will be in sometime within the first part of 2012. In the interim, additional memory or mini SD cards as well as cases and skins and other accessories can supplement your storage needs and enable you to customize your Lumia 800 addition.