Google released an update today for its flagship smartphone, the Moto X. The update greatly improves the performance of the phone's rear-facing camera. The update comes after several major sites criticized the camera's performance in their reviews, but thankfully Google took note and adjusted things accordingly.
The software update improves on the camera's exposure, color accuracy, and focus speed, all of which took major hits in the press. Unfortunately at the moment, the update is only being pushed out to phones on T-Mobile's network, but it is widely expected to roll out to other carriers quite soon. In addition, the update increases the touchless control accuracy and fixes choppy audio that some users have been experiencing while in voice calls.