Lumia Denim update reportedly rolling out to more countries


Microsoft started rolling out the much awaited Lumia Denim update in China earlier today. However, as it seems like, the company has started rolling out the update in other countries as well. According to WC, users in Brazil, Egypt, Germany, Poland and Romania has started receiving the Lumia Denim update. However, as Microsoft hasn’t officially announced anything about the update yet, this is still a rumour. It’s also worth mentioning that there is a bug in the Extras + Info section which shows a “false” Lumia Denim update. In case you missed it, here is the full feature list for Lumia Denim:

  • Lumia Camera – Replacing Nokia Camera, Lumia Camera is faster and more intuitive than before to make the best camera experience, even better.
  •  Speed – Pocket to capture speeds are superfast, and it only takes milliseconds going from shot to shot.
  •  Moment Capture – A long press of the camera button starts 4K-quality video recording at 24 FPS. With each frame at 8.3 megapixels, you can save individual frames as high quality still images.
  •  Rich Capture – Auto HDR and Dynamic Flash are now welcomed into the already-impressive feature set. Shoot first and adjust the camera settings later for that perfect photo.
  •  Improved image processing algorithms – Updated to give you clearer photos, even in lowlight.
  • “Hey Cortana” Voice Activation – Gone are the days of pressing the microphone button to wake-up Cortana. Simply say “Hey Cortana” while the phone is idle and Cortana will activate.This is possible thanks to the SensorCore technology.
  • Glance Screen – Compatible Lumia devices can now show more at a glance with Bing Weather, or Bing Health & Fitness data, in addition to time and date, notifications and application data.


As we stated earlier, the update hasn’t been confirmed by Microsoft yet and it is still a rumour. We’ll give this rumour a respective 7/10 on our Rumour Rating.

Have you received the Lumia Denim update? Let us know in the comment section below.

Via: Windows Central

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