Windows Phone 8 Likely to Get Notification Center with GDR3 Update

By Vivek

    There were recent rumors revolving around Microsoft's Windows Phone which said that the software giant was trying to get a notification center to its Windows Phone OS. Looking at the recent developments taking place and following up the same rumors, it seems Microsoft will soon make that happen. Moreover, it could be sooner than expected.

    Windows Phone 8 Likely to Get Notification Center with GDR3 Update

    Now the rumors suggest that the GDR3 software update for Windows Phone 8 is being tested currently. Reports online also say that the "Notification screen" is part of the software build. However, if the information drawn from the rumors turns out to be true, the notification center is inevitable within this year. The same tipster who leaked information about the update also reportedly mentioned a name of a feature called "Appetite". The feature is said to come along with the same update. Sadly, no information about this feature has been found yet.

    Moreover, since Nokia Bandit has been slated to launch officially by the end of September, it is more likely to feature the Windows Phone 8.1 also known as Blue. To talk about the Blue, in fact, this version of the OS was initially said to come with the notification center feature. Thus, if the GDR3 update is sure to come, it will come first on this 6 inch phablet.

    Amongst all the smartphone operating system, Windows Phone OS is supposedly a platform which doesn't have notification center. Thus this update can make a huge change in the entire system. If the GDR3 update will bring about the notification center in the Windows Phone platform, with the support of all the Nokia Lumia fans it will definitely be hugely celebrated.

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