Two of AT&T’s LTE-capable smartphones that were introduced lately have started receiving software updates. I’m talking about the Nokia Lumia 900, which runs Windows Phone 7.5, and the HTC One X, which was launched with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on board.
The update for the Lumia 900 fixes (as in removes) the “purple hue which affected the screen of some devices in low light conditions.” It also provides some small enhancements, and improves the proximity sensor’s sensitivity.
To update the Lumia 900 with the latest software, use Zune on your Windows PC, or Windows Phone 7 Connector on your Mac. Note that this update isn’t available for Lumias that aren’t AT&T-branded.
The update for the HTC One X is made over-the-air, and brings Wi-Fi connectivity enhancements, Wi-Fi throughput speed increase, and AT&T Address Book fixes.
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