On the eve of the M9's arrival in stores on April 10, HTC has released a software update that includes "enhancements to the overall camera experience based on initial feedback from our trial and media users," though we don't have any specifics beyond that.
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The update will roll out to T-Mobile and AT&T customers in the next week or so-it's still in final testing. Sprint customers should get it as an over-the-air update starting April 10. If you buy the phone on Verizon, the update will already be installed.
It will improves the One M9's camera capabilities in most scenarios, including when taking outdoor and indoor photos, macros, or photos with the LED flash on. You can see some sample photos (before and after the update) in the slideshow below.
Apparently, the front-facing camera of the M9 doesn't need any fixes, and won't be affected by the update. The new camera is supposed to be a big improvement over the M8's 4-megapixel rear camera, as we found it inconsistent and surprisingly bad in low light environments.