Owners of a Nokia 5 or a Nokia 6 will want to upgrade to Android 8.0 Oreo in addition to the Android news. The reason is that the update would be able to improve the performance of the cameras of the devices. In other words, the updated Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 can take better photos thanks to the improvements included in Oreo.
To be exact, and according to NokiaPowerUser both results with light well and automatic locking of focus improve. In addition to better photos when the light we have is low, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 also focus more quickly. Something that is good news for its owners.
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Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 upgrade their camera upgrading
The update for Android 8.0 Oreo for Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 also updated the camera application. And, as screenshots show, now is more like Google's camera . The elements are still in the same place but with different icons and different colors.
Although real improvements are in performance. Now the camera captures more in low light compared to before, and the focus also improves . Nokia's website has uploaded several photos comparing the results before and after. In addition to videos recorded with the same application in low light, you can see one below.
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An improvement that will be noticed in Nokia 8
In any case, it is good that this comes to Nokia 5 and Nokia 6, but a phone that will also benefit from this is Nokia 8 . The " true high-end " from Nokia stood out in our analysis by the dual camera signed by Carl Zeiss . And an improvement in that direction will help you to behave even better.
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