lol @ iamagrimm ...
too many posts in a row
i seen the pictures and the camera has a major improvement ...
actually i think GSMArena should modify it's review of the camera section since the difference is huge.
Anonymous, 10 Apr 2015They should fix the calibration on the display, as well.There is nothing wrong with calibration on the display. Nice try with your lies
santa, 10 Apr 2015Why htc not use sony exmor ane htc one m9 fail to impress me with this camera,noise And blu... moreNokia didn't use Sony sensors in the Lumia devices and they were universally praised. In fact Nokia used Toshiba sensors just like HTC has in the M9. Your comment makes no sense it is not even English. There is no camera noise I don't think you know what that means. There is not blue everywhere in daylight. That's called the sky.
Anonymous, 10 Apr 2015bet it would not be a big improvement. They always promise an improvement, but what they deliv... moreI bet it will be a big improvement given the hardware of the camera is utterly fantastic and was used by Nokia in several Lumia devices were it was praised.
Rosky, 10 Apr 2015HTC need to get their act together. They consistently release phones with subpar cameras and p... moreHow about you educate yourself about the subject at hand. The M9 has a fantastic camera. In fact it is the same camera in the Lumia 930.
Raiden, 10 Apr 2015HTC has always bad camerasNot true. The One X had a great camera. The One M7 had a great camera. The M8 had a great camera and the M9 has a great camera. In fact Nokia used an older version of the camera in the M9 in the 930. Nice try with the lies though.
Sunny, 10 Apr 2015I dont knw why ppl are buying HTC M9 wen u can get samsung S6 Or S6 Edge ?? Because the S6 and S6 Edge suck. The HTC One M9 is superior in every way. Not to mention the S6 is vile looking. Only someone with no taste would by Samsung.
AnonD-259545, 10 Apr 2015It might get slightly better but there won't be a big difference.There won't be a big difference? You are either lying or don't know what you are talking about. A software update can make a gigantic difference. The camera hardware is near perfect. A 20M.7 Toshiba Sensor. Toshiba makes some of the best sensors around. In fact Nokia used Toshiba sensors in the Lumia devices which were always considered to have the best cameras and in fact the Lumia 930 had a very similar 20MP toshiba sensor and was universally praised as being the best smartphone camera. So next time do some research. The camera on the M9 is already great and huge improvements can be made through software updates. That's just a fact.
AnonD-282770, 10 Apr 2015HTC never has good camera on HTC One Series. I have seen this from M7The M7 had a great camera. The M8 had a great camera. The M9 has a great camera. You have no idea what you are talking abut.
Rawn, 10 Apr 2015I waited 2 years to buy this new HTC phone and now the time was still has problems I have a HT... moreThe purple tint in the camera is a hardware problem and was addressed by HTC. If your phone is in waranty, you can get its camera replaced for free, else, you can still do it for a small price.
Anonymous, 10 Apr 2015I thought that those Ultrapixel camera's were actually good (I'm probably the only one here). ... moreI'm also one of those who didn't have a problem with Ultra Pixels technology. HTC could have adhered to Ultra Pixels 8 UP for M9. Nonetheless, HTC for life no matter what
I waited 2 years to buy this new HTC phone and now the time was still has problems I have a HTC One m7 and the camera is actually crap real crap you cannot take any pictures in the dark that you're seeing purple that's why I didn't buy it when it came out on AT&T I will wait for something else better I'm sorry to see it I am a HTC can
Shouldn't have screw up in the first place. They have a year to get the camera right but didn't and release the phone anyway.
HTC never has good camera on HTC One Series.
I have seen this from M7
It might get slightly better but there won't be a big difference.
Raiden, 10 Apr 2015HTC has always bad camerasI thought that those Ultrapixel camera's were actually good (I'm probably the only one here). The only let down was their 4MP size when everybody else (exept Apple) had 12/13MP. I can't imagine that HTC couldn't create an 8MP Ultrapixel module which would be far less criticized then the old 4MP one.
My Nokia 808PV also produces 8MP images that are quality-wise above anything else on the market (including my S5). I'm convinced that an 8MP Ultrapixel would have made most of us happy for the time being.
Now they reverted to a camera-module which they can't properly utilize due to not having the know-how in imaging-software-development for that particular module. Fools.
They fix one thing and break another. But at least HTC confirm that is a fuck-up and they DO (or try to do) something about it. Which should be applauded instead of bemoaned.