Nokia has just rolled out a new firmware update for the C6. The firmware update is numbered v11.0.029. This firmware update is a pretty minor. It only aims at fixing the bugs present in the phone along with increasing the performance and stability of the device. The Nokia C6 features a 3.2-inch resistive screen with nHD resolution. The handset also features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and runs on the S60v5 OS.
Here is the full change-log according to The Nokia Blog-:
*Browser baseline updated, about 250 corrections
*Widgets are leaking RAM, amount of memory leak decreased a lot
*MPX Harvester stopped scanning when encounters File System corruption or other issues
*Improvement to refreshing library in Music player
*Securewidgetpreinstaller slows phone start
*Boot up improved in production
*Mail for Exchange: calendar sync improved
*E-mail message gets scrambled by Email forwarded or replied email are scrambled and full of foreign (mostly Chinese) characters
*Special characters are not displayed correctly in opened mail
*Big Clock not shown when device lock activated
*Device lock fixed
The firmware is slowly being rolled out to the different regions of the world. The Nokia C6 features UDP (User Data Preservation) so users don’t need to make a backup of their data before proceeding with the firmware update.