OnePlus has promised a software update to improve the camera on its 5T smartphone, a week after it was unveiled at a special event in New York.
Critics and early adopters had complained that the camera’s low-light performance did not measure up to the company’s claims.
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OnePlus said: “We have seen some of the reviews that mention our OnePlus 5T camera could be performing better and offering a few areas of improvement.
“Well, we wanted to let you know that we have our team already beginning to work on the following improvements to bring you the following in an upcoming update.”
The update will make changes to low-light shooting, as well as fixing exposure glitches in selfies and removing beautification mode.
The OnePlus 5T’s camera does not include optical image stabilisation, but its dual lens set-up rivals that of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 and iPhone X, despite being available at £449 SIM–free.
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