Less than a week after T-Mobile started rolling out the Windows Phone 8.1 and Cyan updates for its Lumia 521, its subsidiary MetroPCS is also making those updates available for its version of the smartphone.
Many owners of those devices have reported getting the updates on their Twitter accounts today. Launched well over a year ago in July 2013, the MetroPCS version of the Lumia 521 joins the ever growing list of Windows Phone devices in the US to get the over-the-air Windows Phone 8.1 update.
If you own the MetroPCS Lumia 521, what is your impression of the new updates for your smartphone?
Source: Isacc Wurm (Twitter); Luke Sandoval (Twitter)
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