T-Mobile HTC One M9 OTA update with camera improvements ready to roll out

T-Mobile customers rocking the latest HTC One M9 flagship are in for some good news, as an update is en route with improvements in the camera department.

The new-generation HTC One M9 flagship is without a doubt an impressive smartphone, but there is still room for improvements in some areas. Some HTC fans who were hoping to get a QHD display may have been disappointed by the handset's full HD resolution, but that can't be improved through a software update. In the camera department, however, an update aims to make things better.

T-Mobile has announced the imminent arrival of a new update that will enhance the potential of the HTC One M9's 20-megapixel rear camera, as well as the popular BlinkFeed and the user experience. The update weighs in at 88MB and will bring the software to version 1.32.531.33.

The carrier updated its support page for the HTC One M9 on Saturday, April 18, to announce the new software, but the update will not actually go live until Monday. The support page notes that the update will roll out over the air (OTA) on April 20, which means that users should start receiving the notification within the next few days. OTA updates are always gradual, rolling out in stages, so it may take a little while to reach all devices.

Before downloading and installing the update, users will need to connect to a reliable Wi-Fi network and make sure their device has at least 50 percent battery life left, so the update process goes smoothly and without interruptions. As previously mentioned, the update weighs 88MB, so make sure you have enough storage on your device.

With the latest update on board, the T-Mobile HTC One M9 will be in line with the Sprint and Verizon versions of the smartphone. AT&T, meanwhile, should also start rolling out the OTA "Monday at the latest," according to HTC's Mo Versi.

The most notable improvement this new update will bring will be in the camera department, as it will enhance the One M9's camera capabilities in all lighting conditions, including low-light. Once you receive the update, make sure to drop by our comment section below and let us know how it fares.

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