• bugs

    The point being ” this is Microsoft” ;)

  • Moo Moo Head

    HAHAHAHA, what a stupid comment to make from the Nokia Director…. completely and untterly pointless comment.
    Is the update coming to the HTC handsets as well or is it Nokia specific?
    I can only hope for the WP8 users that the operator specific issues are because they had to bow to the operators to get them to take the handsets, if it takes off, maybe the next versions will be less specific. Like Samsung with the different versions of the SII to same SIII in the US.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Bomuld Tommy Lindegaard Nielsen

    compared to iphone, this blows, compared to android this is epic win! I just saw that SG2 (from AT&T as far as I recall) will get 4.04 now. Seriously! WTF?

    Anyway, back on topic. It is weird that those with unbranded phone will get the update later, but i’m guessing there’s a perfect “good” reason for this. Maybe it was a contract paragraph to make the AT&T exclusive, even more exclusive that they get the updates first. Network operators badly need better image (just as the SG2 example above shows), AT&T and other operators are always late to the party… If AT&T with WP8 can be positioned as “first movers” this may attract new customers and be a USP compared to V, sprint, t-mo etc…
    This is pure speculation, but could be a reason for the delay for unbranded models.

  • PT

    I got my update for my HTC 8X (no carrier) about a week ago.

  • Eleanor Roberts

    Is there any way to determine which phone company provides the most timely and consistent updates? AT&T seems to do a lot of updates, which keeps them relevant while building its 4G LTE network. I’ve got the service here in New York and it helps my graphics design work tremendously when it comes to sending large files quickly.