AT&T Lumia 950 finally receives its first firmware update

In the midst of one of the most exciting updates in Windows phone history, it may have been overlooked that there's a few firmware updates for some Lumia 950 models today, including the AT&T model.

If you're a Lumia 950 user in the US, chances are that you're using the AT&T model (of course, it was also sold unlocked). If you're one of those people, you've probably felt the fact that your phone has been snubbed from any kind of firmware update that the device was receiving around the world.

Along with the AT&T model, mobile operator 000-88 also received firmware version 01078.00038.16025.39003. Here's the change log:

  • Stability and performance improvements.

  • Improvements for SD memory card support.

  • Improvements for automatic display brightness settings.

  • Fix for a camera problem that was causing noisy images in low-light conditions for some users.

  • Fix for a 4K video problem that was causing stripes to show up while playing back recorded videos for some users.

The update is available right now.

Source: OneTechStop

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