Windows Phone 8.0 is Upgradeable to WP 8.1

This is amazing news announced by Greg Sullivan (Windows Phone director – Public Relations at Microsoft) Windows Phone 8.0 is upgradeable.


Windows Phone 8 users can upgrade their OS (Windows Phone 8.0 to Windows Phone 8.1).

Greg Sullivan word with Computerworld

Many people who bought Windows Phone 7 and 7.5 devices are still upset at Microsoft when it was announced those smartphones would not get an update to Windows 8. However, Computerworld reports that in a chat with Windows Phone director of public relations Greg Sullivan, “We will not have the same experience as we had when Windows Phone 7 was upgraded to Windows Phone 8.”

  Sullivan added that Windows Phone 8 was a “powerful OS” that can handle major upgrades, saying, “We won’t run out of head space on Windows Phone 8 any time soon.”

– Nokia indicated that its Lumia 1020 and Lumia 520 smartphones would indeed be upgradeable.

– Windows Phone 7 device user could not upgrade their devices to Windows Phone 8.x

Source of news here


About Pavan Pareta

My name is Pavan Pareta, I enjoy computers and general technology. I am more interested in the areas of Computer Security, Programming and developing innovative s/w for Windows Mobile and Windows Phone 7. I like MS Technology and support open-source software, because I believe it plays a major role in knowledge sharing and exchange of ideas, which effectively leads to better software. Additionally, I am a follower of the KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) philosophy. I Love C#.NET and recently I am fall in love with Silverlight :) Introduce to my machine My main workstation is a Intel Pentium Core Duo and my primary operating system is Windows 7.
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