Nokia 808 PureView, the Symbian-based smartphone that Nokia has launched in early 2012 with a 41-megapixel photo snapper on the back, has just received a new software update, Belle FP2.
The operating system refresh has emerged in Navifirm as version 113.010.1506, and users should be able to download it from there, should they choose to do so.
However, it should not be too long before the update starts rolling out to users, as it usually happens with new firmware in Navifirm.
Those users who are interested in getting a taste of the latest platform
enhancements as soon as possible should head over to Navifirm to grab the update and manually install it on their mobile phones.
According to the guys over at Nokia Innovation
, some of the improvements that the new firmware release comes with include:
- New on-screen QWERTY keyboard (adopt from Windows Phone QWERTY model)
- New Lock screen without Unlock Button
- New method (Swipe to unlock) to unlock the screen
- New Version and New UI Music Player (pause / resume button on notification bar)
- New Interface for Option
- New Version Nokia Browser
- Some UI Improvements on Nokia Browser
Previous reports on Belle FP2 also suggested that it would bring along a new image editor, as well as a new Gallery app, modified camera UI, new navbar, and a series of new widgets.
The new firmware
for Nokia 808 PureView was spotted in a leaked video
about two months ago, yet Nokia hasn’t provided specific info on its release until now. The update was previously expected to arrive before the end of the year.
Those of you who have a Nokia 808 PureView should head over to Daily Mobile Forum
for a download link. If you're not sure on whether it will work, you’ll simply have to wait a bit longer for Nokia to start delivering it to its users. Stay tuned for more info on the matter.