ability to double the height of the live tiles as an update?
I would like to see an option to lock all tiles.A lot of tiles and one is missing. I am scratching my head which one was deleted from the home screen.
I just know one thing that ear piece quality of nokia lumia 520 is excellent but ear piece quality of nokia xl and 630 are extremely poor. Nokia is saving money on vital components. All nokia people kindly do not compromise quality on ear piece and mic. save money on back cover plastic, headphones chargers. but not earpiece and mic.
MS is not gonna abandon WP eventually it will come to Windows9
a shapeshifting os which adapts itself to whatever device it is installed on. [Fragmentation problem solved]
now to gain the marketshare and to expand the ecosystem of microsoft services MS is going into android. [now thats a smart move to sustain longer] unlike crapberry and other OEMs who holds on to their OS.
Now the comedy in the 2016 market is Nokia start to scare the shit out of Samdung LOL with Lumia droid pureview phones and phablets
Nothing new. For decades, Microsoft has always been testing a minimum of three builds ahead. No matter what the product, this is standard procedure.
Well I don't know what's ms upto like making Nokia xs and making an Android power lumia now this looks like something big is happening well good news for us I was getting bored anyway
Erm duh! What else do you think they were doing? Slacking off? Of course they are working on v.next at this point. Buildnumbers auto-increment!
shank, 07 Jul 2014Please release 8.1 in india for lumia 820.It's coming.
Anonymous, 07 Jul 2014WP 8.1 is comming out for half of year now.. it's like they are making a revolution and not ju... moreYes, you are right, it is a revolution in WP world. The numbering does not matter. The content matters.
They are doing the right thing to brush it until it shines.
Anonymous, 07 Jul 2014WP 8.1 is comming out for half of year now.. it's like they are making a revolution and not ju... moreWindows Phone 8.1 was only actually announced by Microsoft in April, so it's been three months since announcement to rollout. WP8.1 has been done and dusted for a couple of weeks too, and it's now about OEMs finalising firmware and carriers testing bloatware. It seems like ages because of all the leaks and hype in the media before that but that was none of Microsoft's doing... not officially anyway. ;)