A few days ago there was a poll asking whether the Nokia Lumia 710 has a Call ending issue or not. According to the poll, it does, but you have no reason to get upset as Nokia is aware of the problem and is working on an update to fix it.

As usual, Nokia is serious when it comes to bugs, and though its handsets don’t lack defects, we must admit Nokia smartphones work very well. This idea refers especially to the Lumia line handsets, which ensure a quite respectable performance. Moreover, once a problem occurs, the company quickly analyzes it and fixes. Take the Lumia 800 — it had a battery issue, but within a few weeks Nokia pushed out an update to fix it. Now some Nokia Lumia 710 phones have Call ending issue, but it’s a software problem, so it can be easily solved.

Here is what Nokia says on this case:

“Nokia is continuing to analyze this software issue and is close to a fix.  The fix will be made available via Zune as soon as possible.  It is difficult to say when.  One other important fact about this issue is that the phone modem is responding to the call disconnect signal from the touch display, the call is taken down as it should.  The issue is that the user interface displays the call disconnect button but is should not.  Consequently consumers are not being excessively billed for a call that seems to be staying up.”

So keep tuned as the update will be soon rolled out.

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