Microsoft recently unveiled the Windows Phone 8 Update 3, which is expected to hit Lumia devices in the coming months, possibly next year. Now, a new report suggest that Nokia and Microsoft are internally testing the Windows Phone 8.1 OS also known as Windows Phone Blue, according to a Twitter user, Nawzil.
The twitter user reported sighting of Windows Phone 8.10.xxx firmware builds on the FB Pages Manager, which allows users to manage their Facebook profiles on the move. This isn’t the first time we’re hearing this rumor, it has been reported in the past as well. The image below shows the analytics with various firmware builds of Windows Phone 8.1.
The full analytics report suggest that FB Pages Manager is downloaded more than 80,000 times with over 30,000 monthly active users. It seems that Nokia employees might be using the application to manage their social profiles.
There’s no confirmed change log or news about the features and improvements Windows Phone 8.1 will bring, but rumors suggest that it will feature an improved notification center, app-list sorting, Voice assistant Cortana and many new features will be added.
There’s no official launch announced at the moment, but rumors suggest that it is expected to be announced early in 2014.