CyanogenMod 10.1 Integrates the Camera HDR Feature for All

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  • 20 Feb 2013
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  • With the latest versions of the Android OS, 4.2 and above, Google has put an emphasis on camera quality, especially on its flagship smartphone – the Nexus 4. The device offers as a stand-out feature built-in HDR photo in the stock camera with tuned parameters for exceptional results.


    From behind Google CyanogenMod comes strong and steady as one of the best options for a customized software you can have on your Android device. The CM versions 9 have reached stable build and even improvements with the introduction of CM 9.1. After that the developers went on with version 10 based on Android Jelly Bean. The version reached a stable build much faster then the previous versions and made Android 4.1 available for a lot of devices.

    The latest versions CyanogenMod 10.1 are still in development and are expected to reach the first stable builds soon enough. Until then there are features to be tested and added like improved lockscreen options and widgets and new features for the notifications menu. The CM Team also ported the HDR photo feature from Android 4.2 and are planing on integrating it for all the devices supported. You can get the latest nightly builds if you are looking forward to testing the new feature.

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