If you're using a Lumia handset in Thailand, start checking your device for the Lumia Cyan update. While there isn't an official confirmation yet, we've been hearing that the update is being rolled out in the country, starting with entry-level handsets like the Lumia 625.
Last week, Microsoft India tweeted that users in the region would be receiving the Lumia Cyan update sometime in the second week of July. Several markets, including Spain and Finland, have already started getting the update as part of a pilot program.
The Cyan update is set to bring a host of features that include an updated Creative Studio app, Bluetooth 4.0 LE support, ingrained display controls and much more.
What are you looking forward to the most in the Lumia Cyan update? To know when the update would be available in your country, be sure to follow our topic page.
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