The HTC One M9 just got better thanks to a new update to the Camera app on the smartphone. HTC has enabled support for capturing RAW photos with the One M9 camera, which was long expected from the device. The feature was surprisingly absent from the device during launch, even though Google supported capturing of RAW photos in its new Android 5.0 Camera API.
But users say better late than never and they can finally take unedited full sized photos from their HTC flagship. Since the update was sent out through the Play Store, the company has also listed some other changes that were made to the camera application. Have a gander at them below.
- Crop-Me-In mode, only available on the HTC One (M8 EYE) running Android 5.0 Lollipop and the HTC Desire EYE
- Adjustable divider in Split Capture mode
- Add and remove camera modes
Updates like these show us that the company is truly committed to bring new features to its customers. It might take a while to roll out depending on your region, so don’t lose hope if you’re not seeing it yet. Given that it’s not a system update and just an app update, it should reach all devices in a couple of days at most. You can try downloading the update from the Play Store as well.
Source: Google Play Store
Via: HTC Source