HTC One update brings further improvements to the camera
- Hamid Dimah
HTC One is the first and the only smartphone equipped with ultra-pixel sensor yet. Using this sensor, the 4 MP camera can capture a scene over 3 layers, each having one of the main RGB colors, giving us a final result of 12MP image.
Source: HTC One Review
- 2013-04-25 10:43
4 mp camera was very bad decision by HTC! Even low light performance, it is not that good! They are updating frequenly but comparing photos taken by HTC one with 8 and 13 MP photos, they are blurry! This is a fact that HTC can not change with tones of updates!
- 2013-04-25 10:39
it doesn't matter if they make it walk on air, it's still 4 mega pixels !!!
- 2013-04-25 10:32
Okey that is good news! But really it would be much more helpful if we actually saw some samples and comparisons with the samples before the updates.
- 2013-04-25 10:26
so, update number 7 already, for a phone still not properly available in most of the world,htc will have to learn the old trick of actualy finishing a device BEFORE its released to the public..looks like they realy rushed out another device with bodged software, again.to some folk its great that htc are rushing out updates so quickly, but i and a lot of other folk (probably)it just looks like a bodge job that was released too early, it does'nt look good and htc realy need the one to do well before they fold from lack of sales/interest.
a plea to htc, just build a new hd2/leo, do what a lot of folk actualy want you to do and provide us with the device we realy want, go have a look on ebay at the difference between the price for an isung galaxy s (£75) and an hd2(£150) two phones with similar specs, same age, same kind of sales.
there is a good reason folk still want hd2's but its getting a bit long in the tooth now, what we want is a new hd2, not some over priced, limited numbers, developers special, that still has got the facilities that a lot of folk, for what ever reason, want.
ie, msd slot, swappable battery, properly unlocked boot loader etc etc, the day that htc decided to stop reading xda forum was the day they went wrong, try listening to folk who know what their talking about, and not a load of poofters who are more worried about what a phone looks like in their armanis pocket.
from an exhardcore htc fan who is seriously considering ditching htc loyalty of 8 years and buying a chinese oppo or similar.
- 2013-04-25 10:16
More to come I think.
Do your homework properly before releasing a new handset HTC....:P
- 2013-04-25 09:54
Bravo to HTC for rolling out updates so fast! Eager for the new samples.
- 2013-04-25 09:47
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