The Razer Phone was announced earlier this year, mainly targeting gamers by offering a 5.7-inch QHD 120Hz display with dual stereo speakers and top-of-the-line specifications on board. Back in November, the company detailed some of the camera improvements which will make their way to the Razer Phone via a software update.
The company is now rolling out that software update which brings several camera and audio-related enhancements to the handset. The latest update improves the shutter speed of the camera when capturing images in low light conditions as well as HDR (High dynamic range). Along with the usual bug fixes and enhancements, the update also improves the picture quality and reduced noise.
As for the audio enhancements, the latest update improves the call quality and fixed some bugs with Dolby audio as well. The update is 97MB and is rolling out as we speak.
Here's the complete changelog for the latest update:
- Improved shutter speed in low light and when using HDR.
- Reduced noise and clearer shadows
- Improved picture quality with better color cast.
- Crushed bugs and performance enhancements
- "Tweaked the knobs" for greater clarity during playback.
- Improved call quality for HD Audio
- Fixed some issues with Dolby audio
Smoothed out the auto-brightness luminosity.
Updated Arrival theme icons to a dark style.
Various other bug fixes.