The HTC One is yet to see its public release and already the Taiwanese company is not happy with the test units they sent out, and so have felt the need to deliver a firmware update, which will already come pre-installed on the launch devices.
You cannot deny how striking the HTC One looks, but we cannot say the same for the images its camera produces. You’ll see from the image above, thanks to a detailed review here that the test handset looked a little blurry and almost out of focus.
However, by looking at the results on the right of the image above you will notice just how much more sharper and clearer taking photos have become. It’s good to know that you will not have to download a firmware update in order to benefit from an improved camera, just wish other phone makers did the same.
Let’s not get too excited though because it seems as though there is still an issue with the camera, well with the ISO 800 to be precise. It looks as though this areas has taken a plunge because details seem a little softer, again see for yourself in the source above.
This isn’t the only problem with the camera, as the camera module has also caused a delay in production. This setback means the HTC One will arrive a couple of weeks later than anticipated, so it seems the ultrapixel technology is proving a little tougher than expected, although it should be worth the wait.
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