Nokia releases statement about Nokia Lumia 800 battery problems

Nokia has just released an official statement regarding the recent Battery bugs introduced in the first firmware update pushed earlier this month. Unfortunately the bug I encountered with one of my handsets (which is quite a bit more annoying given that the battery is no longer detected by the OS!) isn’t mentioned by the company but it may be related to the one Nokia is said to have fixed in the upcoming January update which will also contain camera improvements among other things. Read the full statement after the break:

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Windows Phone in 2012: What are you expecting ?

As you may have noticed interesting news stories have been non existent lately in the windows Phone world and given that I have less time to post I won’t bother posting about every single rumored sales statistics or other meaningless stuff. Unfortunately there’s isn’t much left to talk about now that we are nearing Christmas and the end of the year.

If you are a Nokia Lumia 800 owner I’m sure that you are eagerly waiting to the promised January Firmware update that should fix the battery issues (and hopefully this one included!) alongside other bugs and camera improvements. Speaking of the camera, Nokia’s Digital Imaging Guru Damian Dinning has once again tweeted that “improvements” are coming to the Lumia 800′s camera and noted that even though the hardware is the same as the Nokia N9 the “image processing is completely different”. Obvious given that the two handset have different OS’s and SoCs. It should also be noted the Lumia 800 (and 710) is Nokia’s first Qualcomm powered device so it’s normal that everything isn’t yet fully functional and bug free.

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