Windows Phone 7.5 Update to Reach Samsung Focus 1.4 and Other Devices

November 18, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Windows Phone 7.5 and the devices powered by the Mango OS have been circulating in the news for some time. And now Microsoft has decided to release the Windows Phone 7.5 update to your devices, especially the Samsung Focus 1.4 riding on AT&T.

The company has also revealed that they are planning to send the Windows Phone 7.5 updates to the Samsung Omnia 7 owners on Telefonica in Spain. They have made it clear that the testing on the device was successful, so Spanish fans stay tuned to get the OS update soon.

Meanwhile, the company will be releasing another wave of firmware updates from their manufacturers to pick out Windows Phone models. These updates will help to increase the overall performance of the Windows Phone handsets.

They reminded that the time to time firmware update information will be seen in the Zune software along with the device name. So before you install the update on your devices check whether it is the official pack or not.

There’s happy news for the folks in Europe too as Microsoft will be rolling out a new Windows Phone service release called 7740 update for the Vodafone, Orange, and Deutsche Telekom subscribers. This new update will fix the issue of non-visibility of new voice mail notifications for the customers on some European and Asian networks under certain conditions.

The email problem related with the Exchange Server 2003 will also be cleared after the upgrading of the devices. Seems the software giant had been working hard.

Anyway, the rolls of update will bring some much needed freshness to Windows Phones.

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