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Microsoft Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL To Get Major Bug Fixes With Windows 10 Mobile OS Update


For most of the Smartphone users, the Windows 10 Mobile OS is a mysterious beast – much talked about but rarely ever seen.

However, this magnificent beast of an OS is available in only three phones as of this moment – the Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL and the Lumia 550.

A fourth device, the Lumia 650 will be out in the stores soon. However, there exist many bugs that need to be fixed before the Lumia 650 rolls out into the markets.

Microsoft has been working on having the Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL bugs fixed really hard, and the company finally looks like it has some direction now.

Microsoft has been trying very hard to come out with fixes and cures for their dying Lumia phones division, and a Windows 10 Mobile OS update is sure to add some spark to the dying brand.

Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL are expected to get a new update soon, which will bring in the best Windows 10 Mobile OS experience for their users, and the company is now expected to have a major improvement in their offering.

This new Windows 10 Mobile OS for the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL devices has the users of these phone experience a major improvement in the stability of the OS. Bluetooth connectivity is one major thing which is being updated in the new Windows 10 Mobile OS update for the phones.

The Bluetooth pairing of the phone with cars, as well as with other devices is expected to become much smoother than ever before. Rendering PDFs on the Microsoft Edge browser and navigating through them is also expected to be quite good.

It is also expected to fix the battery draining issues when utilizing the iris scanning features of the Microsoft Hello.

Bugs which showed software updates stuck at 0% is also likely to be fixed with this update. Additionally, the shutter bugs will benefit by this update as it will now bring in an option to click HDR pictures any time they want.

The users now get a third option ‘On’, on their phones where they will be able to capture HDR images any time that they want instead of depending on the discretion of the device.

The update is expected to roll out for the devices over the next few weeks