Rumor: HTC to Release ‘Groundbreaking’ New Camera With Improved UI
Rumor has it that HTC will debut a ‘groundbreaking’ rear camera with an improved UI to take amazing pictures even in low light environment.
HTC announced that the company will launch a ‘redesigned’ phone in October, ever since people have been hoping that it turns out to be the long in making hero device, according to a Vietnamese report.
The 2013 flagship One M7 had one major defect and that was the 4 MP back camera. While it featured the Ultrapixel technology for better images taken in low lights, the results were not quite nearly as good. Although the company realized that the camera is not going to last in the market, they stuck with it and featured it again on One M8.
Finally realizing that they have made the same mistake twice, they took the 4 MP ultrapixel camera to the front and fixed a 20 MP camera at the back. However, still it came short when compared to other flagship phones like LG G4 and Samsung Galaxy S6.
The mobile phone company seems to have understood the real issue here and now wants to breakthrough by launching a kickass back camera. Reportedly, the new revolutionary camera will sport an aperture of f/1.9 and will support RAW image format for more editing option sets.
The new flagship redesigned phone is reportedly titled as HTC Aero and it will apparently turn the company’s weakness into strength. The news sounds great, and if this turns out be true, most of the loyal customers the company lost due to its poor camera results might come back.
Source: HTC Vietnam