The Nokia Lumia 1020 has launched its much anticipated ‘black booster’ update, enhancing its already high powered 41 megapixel camera.
The update is designed to offer an improved experience with the Lumia’s snapper, offering users the ability to shoot in RAW digital negative format (DNG).
This update will please many professional photographers who happen to use the phone’s camera, as many photos taken by high-end cameras tend to be taken in this RAW format.
Other enhancements include taking pictures with less compression and processing, increasing the amount of phones that can use Nokia’s official camera app and a series of other minor stability fixes.
The update also adds screen lock rotation, custom ringtones and a way to close apps more easily. Whilst also addressing battery monitoring and Bluetooth functionality.
The Lumia 1020 has already received rave reviews thanks to its market leading 41 megapixel camera, and with this update, it’s only looking to improve.
The update is available for download now for 1020 users through their handsets and should be the last update for at least a few months unless any serious problems arise