The situation didn’t change much over the past couple of weeks as some Samsung Focus owners on AT&T, especially those who were unfortunate to own another memory variant phone, haven’t yet managed to get the phone up to date.

According to Eric Hautala, AT&T is testing the update for Samsung Focus v.1.4 owners. This week’s update on the updates is rather short as there’s really not too much to brag about. If the update’s testing is successful, it will be followed by a scheduling phase with Microsoft and then pushed out to the phones. This could take a couple of weeks but at least all the issues with “early fragmentation” will be hopefully left behind. Whether it is Microsoft’s, AT&T’s or Samsung’s fault (who used different memory chips in some Focus phones) is really a non-issue as users are still left without an update.

Source: Windows Phone Blog

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