Mobile phone company Nokia plans to improve the camera app on the Windows Phone 8.
The feature is fairly basic in terms of what its competitors offer, as it has very few options and controls for customers, but the firm want to address this issue.
It will start to release the brand-new Nokia Smart Camera Lens in the next update, according to unknown sources at Unleash the Phones.
Lumia customers should see a significant difference in the camera capabilities after the download, with a wider choice of control within the app itself.
The Lumia 520 has just been announced and will retail for $299 in Australian stores, but whether or not the update will convert people to the more high-end models is yet to be seen.
Users should see features such as white balance control, shutter speed and advanced camera options that are common on other Android devices.
The camera update should be in the firm's PR 2.0 download, which is also expected to include other features, but probably won't arrive to customers until summer this year, possibly around July time.
Posted by Samantha Green