Nokia's flagship WP7 handset Lumia 800 has been hampered with a string of setbacks, including suffering from battery woes as well as being dogged with camera and audio bugs. The Finniah company has acted fast and the battery troubles have since been solved by the mobile manufacturing giant.
The latest update of the device solves the battery back up issue, yet it is expected that the issue regarding the camera as well as the audio will take longer to fix. It appears that the battery was running out too soon, which according to the company has been fixed via a new update. Nokia is now targeting their efforts on resolving the camera focus failure. In addition, the company also pointed out an interference with the music player issue.
On their Official Support Forum, the company stated that the update 1600.2483.8106.11500 was brought in to "enhance standby time as well as to bring an improvement to the issue reported by some customers in December".
The company added that they have "noted your concerns regarding audio and camera settings" and has all the plans to tackle these issues "in a series of future updates", reported Nokia.
This official post also gives details of the battery issue and also extends a helping hand to those suffering from the problem, by saying that they can contact Nokia Care or log on to the official Support website.