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Asus fixes ZenFone 6 camera rotation issues in new update - Naija Android Arena
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Asus fixes ZenFone 6 camera rotation issues in new update

Asus ZenFone 6

The Asus ZenFone 6 has a practically unique feature which allows you to rotate the camera at any angle. What’s sad, however, is that some users have complained of slow and incomplete rotation.

Asus has just released a new update (version 16.1220.1906.167) that works on this and other camera-related issues. This update also makes the Retract camera button more accessible, putting it on the first page of the quick settings.

In fact, most of the items on the changelog for this update are camera-related. In addition to the above, Asus included a number of image quality improvements. The company adjusted the Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS) to work better for video recording. In addition, Asus tweaked the Super Night Mode to produce better texture and render more accurate colours.

This is not to say that the whole update was focused on camera. Asus also made changes that promise reduced power usage and increased call quality. As expected, the update also comes with system stability improvements.

If you use the Asus ZenFone 6, you should expect this update soon. The company is delivering the over-the-air update in batches, so you may not get it immediately. It may take a few dates before you get the update. You can keep checking manually by going to Settings > System, and tapping “System updates”.

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Vincent is an Electrical Engineer by profession, and a blogger by interest. He has a special knack for Android phones.

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