HTC 10 System Update Tunes Camera, Cell Performance

Posted by at 10:28 am on May 2, 2016

HTCLogoHTC has begun distributing a system update to the 10 smartphone ahead of its general release that improves the camera and connectivity functions.

Specifically, low-light images should be sharper and brighter, as should images captured outdoors. The laser-assisted autofocus user interface has been tweaked, and the HDR function has a wider range of light sensitivity.

Last, purple noise should no longer be visible in photos captured in Pro Mode. The system update adjusts cellular radio behavior so it will maintain a stronger data connection in weak coverage areas. WiFi performance is also improved thanks to Smart MIMO.

This update is reaching unlocked European versions of the 10 first, and will soon hit the unlocked model that’s for sale directly from HTC. U.S. carriers will begin to sell the 10 over the course of the next week. It’s not clear how quickly this system update will be made to carrier models.

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