By Stephen Schenck | March 1, 2013 12:32 PM
If you’re lucky enough to live somewhere where the BlackBerry Z10 is already available, you’re going to want to check your handset for update notifications today, upon BlackBerry announcing that the very first BB10 update is now available and going out OTA.
While there’s no one big feature or bugfix that highlights this release, there sure are a number of smaller tweaks and fixes. BlackBerry says that it’s made 60-some tweaks to help increase device battery life, and performance should see a boost with third-party apps.
The camera app should now offer better image quality in low-light situations, and in-browser video playback gets a few improvements of its own. The BlackBerry Hub gets new call logging options, Gmail calendar support has been fixed, and contact importing should now run smoother.
If you haven’t received an update notification yet, you can manually check for the 150MB update in system settings.