The first HTC One update is on its way to European users, taking them to version 1.29.401.13 and addressing loads of camera-related features in the process.
According to SlashGear, the HTC One update will roll out “over the next week”, and you can of course check manually by tapping Settings > About > Software updates > Check now, or words to that effect.
Here’s the full HTC One update changelog, courtesy of the Slashers:
- Improvement to sound capture with Zoe
- Noise reduction in slow motion movie capture
- Improved color reproduction and dynamic range (reduced over-exposure in non-HDR images) in certain conditions
- Fix to display correct ISO in EXIF information when ISO settings are manually changed by the user
- Improved system performance and stability
HTC Zoe being the feature whereby the HTC One captures pictures in three-second 20-frame bursts, allowing you to select the best shots and/or merge them or whatever. Nice.
The HTC One was pretty much unanimously praised for its sexy metallic design, but it remains to be seen how much trouble it’ll cause for Android darlings Samsung and their Galaxy S4.