HTC One suffering from camera issues, fix coming in Android 4.3 update

Zach Epstein
September 12, 2013

HTC One Camera Bug
HTC One Camera Bug

It looks like the best Android smartphone in the world isn’t without its faults. HTC One owners have taken to forums to discuss a troublesome bug that appears to be impacting a healthy number of HTC One handsets. According to users, the phone’s “UltraPixel” camera is having problems in low-light situations. Photos captured by affected cameras in low light appear to be tinted blue, purple or red, and some faulty cameras also seem to imprint grid lines on low-light images they capture. According to Italian blog HDblog.it, HTC has acknowledged the issue and will be releasing a fix when it updates the phone’s software to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean in the near future. In the meantime, HTC is reportedly replacing affected handsets that are under warranty. A screenshot showing just how bad the problem can be is posted below.

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