HTC Trophy for Verizon is about to receive an update that brings forth improvements and enhancements

HTC Trophy for Verizon is about to receive an update that brings forth improvements and enhancements
Lumia, Lumia, Lumia! That seems to be all the talk of late surrounding Windows Phone in general, whether it's good or bad news. On one hand, AT&T recently introduced two brand spanking new Windows Phones, and on the other with Verizon, they’re still sitting it pretty with a single one in the aging HTC Trophy.

Although it’s far from being the most renowned Windows Phone out there, Big Red’s sole Windows Phone is about to get yet another software update – one that’s speculated in bringing along the 8107 build. Granted that the 2305.13.20402.605 software update doesn’t mention the specifics regarding which build we’ll be seeing, the changelog mentions that it’ll be getting the usual set of enhancements and improvements.

Specifically, the Trophy will be seeing an improvement in the keyboard that will prevent the on-screen QWERTY from disappearing while typing, improvements to the Voice Mail notifications when traveling outside the US, enhanced Cellbrite address book transfer performance, enabling the handset for the Wireless Alerting System, and better performance when downloading large software update files.

So far, there’s no exact time frame on when it’ll be pushed out, but seeing that the information about the eventual update is online, we can expect to see it very shortly. Therefore, for any of you HTC Trophy owners out there, just keep an eye out for that notification.

source: Verizon via PocketNow

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  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera)
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