Nokia has rolled out a software update for the Nokia Lumia 900 that brings several new improvements to the phone.
One of the new feature that becomes available with the update is the “flip-to-silence” function when receiving an incoming call. This is a new feature for Windows Phone that has been around on some Android devices. There are also enhancements to the performance of the startup sequence – most notably providing a more reliable boot sequence following a full depletion of the battery – as well as enhancements to camera performance when utilizing the popular “pocket-to-photo” feature that allows users to open the camera application on a locked device with a simple press of the dedicated shutter button.
Nokia is also introducing their new Contacts Share app, which is used for sending business cards as text messages.
The update is rolling out today for AT&T users in the U.S. And according to Mobile Syrup, the update also addresses the purple tint issue that Rogers users were experiencing. So while Nokia Lumia 900 owners might have recently been disappointed by the news that the device wont be compatible with WIndows Phone 8, todays news is a good indication that the company is committed to keep the device from heading to the graveyard anytime soon.