Shortly after Microsoft outed the details of the Windows Phone Tango 7.10.8773.98 update on its website, a freshly-leaked document has given us an idea of when one U.S. Windows Phone will get to take part in the update dance. According to an image sent to TmoNews, the Nokia Lumia 710 is set to begin receiving an update to software version 7.10.8773 on June 20. Microsoft will reportedly push notifications of the update to users through July 31, telling them to tether their Lumia 710 to their computer and install 7.10.8773 through the Zune software.
As far as what the 7.10.8773 update will bring to the Lumia 710, users can expect a number of tweaks and enhancements. Internet Sharing will be included in the new software, as will fixes for random keyboard disappearances and stuck unlock screens. Also included are improvements to the phone's uplink speed, camera quality, proximity sensor and software stability. Sounds like a pretty spiffy little update. We've yet to hear anything official about the new software from the folks at T-Mobile, but we'll be sure to let you know when we do. How many of you are rocking a Lumia 710?