Uhans A101 gets its first OTA update


The Nokia tribute phone Uhans A101 is already available for a while and according to the manufacturer the sale numbers are not bad at all. Of course it’s a budget oriented device for the value conscious people, but it can offer quite some bang for the buck.

First customer feedback pointed out at some issues and problems so Uhans readily started working on an update, which should fix the most glaring bugs. And with hard work it even didn’t take that long so the first OTA update for Uhans A101 is already here.

The update should optimize the camera performance and the low light focusing should get a massive overhaul, because it certainly wasn’t ideal. There are also quite some patches and tweaks under the “general’ tab, but nothing exactly specified.

Well the more the merrier so it’s a first step on the road to polish fully the new Uhans A101 and i’m sure it’s not the last. Uhans will certainly appreciate the feedback so you can direct it to their forums. And if you would be interested in buying some Uhans device you can click here.

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6 Comments

  1. Mark
    October 1, 2016

    It is good that support service so quickly reacts if there was already the first up-dating.

  2. Mail
    October 6, 2016

    Interestingly. The smartphone wasn’t on sale yet, and there is already an up-dating? Programmers you don’t joke so. Debug programs qualitatively. I so programmed when I was a student. There was a heap of errors.

  3. Zahar
    October 15, 2016

    Excellent smartphone. Thanks. Please, correct the errors connected to YouTube.

    • Saidik
      October 17, 2016

      About what mistake you speak? My Uhans A101 works very well.

      • Zahar
        October 30, 2016

        I bought Uhans A101. It very much is pleasant to me. In my Uhans A101 i cant see mistake.

        • Madridik
          November 5, 2016

          It is very important that the Uhans company releases new versions of firmware for the smartphones.