The recent software update for the HTC One on T-Mobile has been pretty well received, except for one nagging little issue -- HDR mode in the camera setting for still pictures has disappeared. The setting remains for video, but there's just no entry for taking HDR pictures. A few people have noticed, and we reached out to HTC to see what was up.
Turns out it's just a bug, and HDR mode hasn't been removed from the HTC One camera. HTC's official statement:
A recent software update for the HTC One on T-Mobile USA provides a number of software fixes but it also inadvertently removes HDR mode from the camera settings. HTC is aware of this issue and will be pushing out a fix for impacted customers as soon as possible.
As soon as possible can mean different things to different people, but we're going to think it means just that -- soon. Keep an eye out for an update and we'll do the same.
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