The Windows Phone 7 launch was partially successful as Microsoft looked satisfied by the number of WP7 devices sold and with the company’s re-introduction on the smartphone market. Well, the more than 2 million Windows Phone 7 users worldwide have been waiting for the promised update in January, then February, but the so-called NoDo update has been released today.
If you own a Windows Phone 7 device, then you should watch out for the notification which will eventually lead you to the Zune software on your computer to update your firmware. The first Windows Phone 7 major update brings copy / paste functionality, speed improvements, bug fixes, camera and audio enhancements, WiFi fixes, and an improved Windows Marketplace search.
In addition to the aforementioned fixes, Microsoft added that Facebook and Outlook have been improved though the changes will only be noticed by a small number of users. Overall I think Windows Phone 7 owners will be satisfied with the quality of the update, unless Samsung users will encounter some upgrade issues once again.
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