Reports are coming, with scarce details, that the Nokia Lumia 925 is receiving an OS update today over the air.
The update bumps the OS from build 10327 to build 10328—both of which are considered part of the GDR2 release frame. Devices that are reported to be receiving the update include only unlocked devices with no reports (yet) of branded or carrier supported ones, including T-Mobile US.
The specifics of the new changes include the following information:
Software/ Hardware Information
- OS version: 8.0.10328.0
- Firmware Version: 3047.0000.1326.2001
- Radio Software Version: 3.2.04028.1
Seeing as the build number is bumping from 10327 to a minor xx328, our guess is that the update fixes some bugs or includes carrier specific enhancements. Microsoft does not distinguish between the two releases on their update page, though we have reached out to them for clarification and will update this article if more information comes in.
Have you checked for an OS update on your unlocked Lumia 925? If you have received an update, let us know in comments.
Via Windows Phone Apps and reader of the site Richard B. (HPDeskjet)
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