Microsoft Announces Upcoming Update For Nokia X Series Devices

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Microsoft today announced that Nokia X, Nokia X+, and Nokia XL users can expect to see some brand new features and enhancements coming via this new update. Find the list of new features in the update below,

New Multi-tasking:

Move smoothly from one open app to another with the all-new App Switcher feature. And if you need to free up resources from your phone, you can close any unused apps from the same view with a single tap.

Several great Microsoft services now come pre-installed:

Enjoy a more powerful experience to using email and taking notes. The new built-in Outlook.com app makes it easy to read and write emails and alerts you with push notifications about any incoming email and adds support for multiple Outlook accounts. And to help you organize your life, sync important notes on the cloud with the OneNote app and access them on any internet enabled device.

Improved Store:

The improved Nokia Store makes it easier to search, find and download games or apps onto your Nokia X. The world of Android™ apps is now closer than ever. Partner stores are now integrated into the Nokia Store’s search, so you can find the app you are looking for from different stores with a single search. And to discover more apps you’ll love, install the Spotlight live widget on your home screen as it conveniently recommends new apps to download.

Microsoft has started the roll-out of this new update already and it will arrive at your Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL as an over-the-air (OTA) update.

Source: Microsoft



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  • efjay

    Didn’t these fools just announce they are no longer supporting these devices? Talk about creating confusion…..

    • wessam

      They said that the update which was done already will continue, they spoke along ago about 2 or 3 updates on the summer that’s why this is here and when these updates already done is finished there will be no more support as they announce x2 and then kill it before selling it as they said that it was on production already

    • Orc

      They will support the devices, they will not continue with the OS for the future devices in this series.

  • hotrod2391

    Yes. But you have to give something in return to those who bought these devices so they don’t feel being ripped-off. Its a nice way of saying thank you but we will kill it.

  • reKitab

    The Nokia X-B-One (xbone) shines:)