British carrier, O2, has been pretty forthcoming with news on the rollout of Lumia Denim to its devices, and now we're learning details on a couple more. As of this evening, February 11, O2 has confirmed that its Lumia 1020 and Lumia 925 devices will start receiving the Denim update OTA.
The news has been published in the O2 community forums:
"11th Feb Update: Hi everyone, just another update to let you know that the Denim update for the Lumia 925 and 1020 will be going live tonight! I know owners of these devices will be keen to update quickly so please do let us know how you get on. Other Lumia owners... I know the wait is excruciating but hopefully not long before yours is made live too."
For owners of both devices Denim is sadly less exciting than it is for those on the Lumia 830/930, as the awesome new Lumia Camera 5 features aren't available. For the 1020/925 it's just OS updates, Nevertheless, that it's here is good, and no doubt O2 customers on either phone will be happy tonight.
Thanks Elliot for the tip!
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