Camera update pushing out now to Motorola DROID owners

Camera update pushing out now to Motorola DROID owners
As we told you, Motorola had conducted a soak test the other day for the Motorola DROID Ultra, Motorola DROID Maxx and the Motorola DROID Mini. Punit Soni, VP of Product Management at Motorola Mobility posted on his G+ page that the update is now being pushed out to those with one of those three models. In other words, the soak test is over and the update is deemed safe enough to be sent out OTA to users of those trio of DROID phones.

After installing the update, the rear camera on the the three phones should benefit from snappier focusing, more consistent exposure, improved white balance and improved HDR. In addition, you will receive the 50GB of free storage with Google Drive that was part of a promotion. Added to the 15GB that everyone gets, you will have 65GB of cloud based storage to work with.

Soni's post on his G+ page is also interesting for what it says at the end about going right back to work on the next update. Sounds like Motorola DROID and Moto X users could expect to be invited to another soak test soon. Could that be the sound of the long-awaited Android 4.3 update coming?

Thanks, Anonymous Tipster!

source: +PunitSoni

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