Lumia 435 is possibly one of the cheapest Windows Phone handsets available at the moment. The handset went on sale on T-Mobile last month for $70, and if you happen to be an owner of the device, you should hit the software update button on your device. A report from NPU suggests that Windows Phone 8.1 Update 2 is rolling out for the handset tied to T-Mobile. The new update bumps the software version to 8.10.15148.160, and features a number of enhancements for the device.
The latest update give users the ability to change the phone name from Settings > About, as well as brings support for MKV videos. Here’s the complete change log for the update:
- Manage phone settings more easily through the categorized and searchable settings menu.
- Bluetooth keyboard support added (Bluetooth HID 1.1 profile)
- Support for MKV video playback
- Change the phone name in Settings > About.
Go to Settings on your Lumia 435 and see if there’s an update waiting. Let us know if you’ve received the update using the comments below.
You can also check out our hands-on review of the Lumia 435 if you’re planning to pick up the device as a spare phone.Further reading: Lumia 435, Microsoft, T-Mobile, Windows Phone