For those of you who own the Nokia Lumia 1520.3 RM-938 variant, aka the SIM unlocked one that can run on AT&T or T-Mobile LTE bands, you will be excited to hear that your phone is finally eligible for the Lumia Denim update.
Numerous tips have surfaced within the last hour about an update coming in over-the-air, and our forum users are reporting the same.
Users are instructed to disable the Preview for Developers program (through the app) should they have that enabled. If you do not, your phone will report back that no update is available.
The new version numbers are:
- OS - 8.10.14234.375
- Firmware - 02540.00019.15053.26003
The Nokia Lumia 1520 benefits greatly from the Lumia Denim update, as the phone can now run the famed Lumia Camera 5.0 app with HDR and Dynamic Flash, not to mention much faster camera app loading time. Likewise, the phone can support Hey, Cortana to launch the personal assistant by just using your voice.
Recently, AT&T pushed out their Denim update for the Lumia 1520, and you can see that changelog listing here to get an idea of the full changes with today's update.
Jump into our Lumia 1520 forums for more information!
Thanks, captblaze, for the tip!
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