The Nokia Lumia 925, announced earlier today in London, England will arrive with the latest Windows Phone 8 software update, named Amber, when it goes on sale in June, as well as being rolled out to all existing Windows Phone 8 handsets.
Amber will bring an important feature, support for CardDav and CalDav which will ensure Windows Phone 8 devices will continue to sync with Google services such as Calendar and Contacts.
It is also said to re-enable support for FM Radio, bring improvements to Xbox Music as well as “hundreds of other small quality improvements”.
Good news for all Windows Phone 8 users, however this is not believed to be the update which will bring double tap to unlock or always on lock screen clock to Lumia handsets.
Read more about the update, as well as an introduction to the Lumia 925 on Windows Phone Blog HERE
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