Noise is apparently down overall, and low-light sensitivity is also dramatically improved.
Other elements such as focus, sharpness and colour balance has also apparently benefited.
The poor quality of Nokiaâ€™s cameras have been one of the biggest disappointments of their Windows Phone venture, and it would be extremely encouraging if they have finally figured out the issues which made one of their previously strongest selling points one of the weakest features of their phones.
Nokiaâ€™s Jo Harlow has said the company is investing heavily in image quality, and it would be great to see them finally live up to their promise.
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