After receiving sveral media and user reports, HTC has finally started issuing a system software update for One M9, claims to fix issues with the 20.7MP rear facing camera. More details on HTC One M9’s sofware update brings with after this jump.
However, the roll out of the said update was confirmed by HTC USA chief, Jason Mackenzie – in a reply to a Twitter user, and speaks that the rear camera issue would see an improvement with a software update set to roll out from Friday, and in order, some carrier versions will see the update start to get from April 17.
Later, the Phandroid website’s Rob Jackson suggests to have received the update (T-Mobile handset, system software update v1.32.531.22, weighing 88.6MB) and has also taken some shots to contrast the different which the update has brought to the HTC One M9’s rear camera output. But there was no changes recorded in the front-facing camera’s output, and in any case, the UltraPixel camera has not received any adverse reports for far as yet.
Screenshots below shows us how HTC One M9 camera regains after the software update, by Phandroid taken before and after photos.
Both the bright and low-light conditions, bot indoors and outdoors with sharper images, less noise and wash-outs, and more vibrant colors are shown off – above.
It’s time for India to get their hands on the new HTC’s One M9 smartphone- Invites already sent out for the New Delhi event tomorrow. Expected to see India launch of the One M9.
Pricing and availability details of HTC One M9 in India is scarce at the moment, but here’s a rough idea considering the price of the 32GB model is TWD 21,900 (arrox Rs 43,400) and the 64GB One M9 costs TWD 23,900 (Rs 47,400 roughly).