Nokia lumia 920 Receives Software Update to Fix Camera While India Release is Awaited

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    Nokia Lumia 920, the flagship phone of the company, is poised for receiving a new update. The update PR1.1 is intended to fix the camera which has the huge problem of the images appearing fuzzy and lacking in detail.

    Based on the sample pictures, it is observed that the fuzziness has been fixed but seems to leave the images with some white balance problems in the photos. There has been a couple of other fixes in the update including web browsing and stability tweaks. Some new features have also been added such as Microsoft's feature of declining calls via SMS.

    It had been revealed back in November that Nokia Lumia 920 along with Lumia 820 will be released in India soon. However, sources now say that it will be released only in 2013, possibly in January itself.

    Nokia lumia 920 Receives Software Update to Fix Camera

    Based on the pricing of the phones in other countries, it is now possible to have a vague idea of the expected pricing when they are launched in India. In Singapore Lumia 920 is priced at S$899 (Rs. 40, 750 approx.) while Lumia 820 sells for S$699 (Rs. 31,700 approx.). The prices might be similar when they come to India, if not slightly higher.

    Nokia first unveiled its Lumia 920 at the event, Nokia World 2012 in New York. The smartphone packs a powerful Snapdragon S4 processor along with a PureView sensor and comes in a polycarbonate body. It features the Blink app, the phone's Burst mode. Rather than HD display, it features LCD display, which is slightly better than the former.

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