In the past few weeks, we’ve seen a number of leaks pointing towards the features that are going to be the part of the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1. It was also reported that Windows 8.1 development has finished.
Now, according to a new report, Microsoft has finished testing the Windows Phone 8.1, and it’s now in the hands of the OEMs for testing and device preparation.
The folks at Windows Phone Central report that despite a few bugs, the final build of Windows Phone 8.1 has been handed over to handset manufacturers, and first few handsets running the latest operating system should turn up next month, possibly April 23rd.
At the moment, it’s not clear which phones will they be as we’ve seen a bunch of rumors a few devices, including Samsung Ativ SE, Nokia Lumia 930 and Lumia 630. We’re expecting Nokia handsets to see the light of the day at Build 2014 next week, and there’s a chance they may go on sale next month also.
It was also announced that devices running Windows Phone 8 will be able to upgrade to the latest OS seamlessly, let’s hope its true.
Source: WPCentralFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Top News