Remember that little corner of the Microsoft Dev Center for OEMs that shared some rather technical details surrounding the Windows Phone 8.1 GDR1 update? Well, it seems as though it just became a bit more open and is now more easily accessible for everyone who wants to take a peek at its contents.
As we noted then, the information is for OEMs, who build Windows Phone hardware, and as such it doesn't dig too deep into consumer-facing features but it can be used as good reference points and a change log. Of course, you could always just refer to our Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 – All you need to know page as well for the latest info and details.
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