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According to a job posting asking for a Microsoft Phone engineer, the next Windows Phone update is set for a Christmas release. Unless you care for technical jargon, here’s the entry in the Microsoft job posting that drops the fresh details:
This is a great time to join as we’re completing our current release are getting ready for our next release targeting the holiday of this year and we’re chartered with keeping the momentum for Windows Phone by bringing new killer devices and delightful user experiences.
Windows Phone has been fairly slow to update, and Christmas seems like a fine time for an update, as the last one (version 8.0.10211.204) released 20 December 2012.
So what can we expect? Hundreds of bug fixes at the very least as well as new apps. Here’s hoping for Instagram. Since no real news of Windows Phone’s likely update has been released, the speculation ends here, for now.