I8510 over the air updating

The South Korean company has presented the i8510 at an event held in New York and it has also released press-photos with the handset.The official name of i8510 is Samsung i8510 Innov8 (or simply Samsung Innov8 - coming from "innovate", of course). Latest firmware update for Nokia N86 8MP is now available for most of the generic product codes but unfortunately it is not available as FOTA update 'Firmware Over The Air' update at the moment and you'll need to connect phone to PC and update it through Nokia Software Updater, and soon Over The Air as well in most regions.There are no visible changes but as you would imagine, the firmware update but as you would imagine, the firmware update is always recommended as it usually brings improvements in performance and optimizes the functionality of the phone across many applications.In addition to the previous web and local search functionality the new version now offers more comprehensive in-device search.There's also support for continuous search with result updated as you enter your search term.In conclusion, Samsung's Innov8 will be a tough competitor for any of the new high-end mobile phones that came out until now or will come out from now on.

Updating to i OS 8 OTA also requires 4.6 GB of free space on the i OS 7 device.The new Samsung runs on Symbian S60 3rd Edition, being the first S60 smartphone to pack an 8 Megapixel camera.Samsung i8510 Innov8 also comes with quad-band GSM connectivity (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz) plus dual-band HSDPA connectivity (900 / 2100 MHz).Although an Active Standby plug-in is provided on handsets that ship with this version of search (N81, N95 8GB) it does not appear to be available in the downloadable version which is a shame.However you can get much of the same speed by using one of the standby application shortcut slots for Nokia Search (configurable via Tools- Standby mode).

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