Essential Phone gets camera improvement update
Coming weeks after the official release of the Essential Phone PH-1 which comes into the market packing a huge camera setup, the tech company has rolled out yet another update to improve the camera quality and modes on the device.
The Essential Phone following its release was rated to have had a bad camera performance in reviews by users as most complained of slow response and underwhelming picture quality in low light conditions.
The latest update however comes with the firmware number NMI816 and major improvements. The update is however paired with the Essential Camera app which is available for download on the Google Play Store.
The changelog reveals that the update comes with fixes for several of the camera bugs including the shutter lag, improvement of picture quality in low light, improved consistency and others.
The tech company also revealed that it is working on further tuning the HDR mode, adding the live 360 streaming to Facebook and Periscope, and others including the Pro Mode.