The camera update appears to have addressed a bug which affects the ISO speed and it's thought that the update has tweaked both shutter speed and ISO settings.
The upshot of all this is a noticeable (and welcome) increase in both sharpness and colour saturation – at least in the photos above, taken by AndroidPit. Coupled with the HTC One's winning low-light performance, this latest update could cement its position as Stuff's number one smartphone.
Other fixes in the update include HTC Zoe sound quality optimisations, Beats Audio tweaks, location service updates and other fixes for stability, so check your handsets now to start downloading.
We'll be updating our HTC One review unit with the newest firmware, so stay tuned for some more updated comparison shots of our very own.
UPDATE: We've taken a few shots both before and after the updated camera firmware. Click below to embiggen and see what you think:
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