Microsoft Lumia Denim available with large photographic enhancements

Microsoft announced the launch of Lumia Denim, its next big update for its smartphones with Windows Phone. It comes with large photographic enhancements for major brand models and supports for active listening of Cortana.

Months after being announced, Microsoft finally released Lumia Denim, the next major update for the Lumia handsets. News, as previously announced Microsoft, are related mainly to the photographic aspect; in fact, these improvements of Lumia Denim only be available to those terminals with better cameras Family: Nokia Lumia 1520, Nokia Lumia Icon, Nokia Lumia 830 and Nokia Lumia 930 Nokia Lumia 1020 -the so far, is not included in the list (surprisingly).

The novelty of Lumia Denim includes 4K video recording, improved Auto HDR mode, Dynamic flash and overall improvements in image processing. Also, the camera application (renamed Lumia Camera) now starts and captures pictures much faster than before, something that Nokia Lumia handsets 1520 highly needed.

Lumia Denim also brings the functionality “Hey Cortana,” which allows users to activate voice recognition Cortana without touching your smartphone (simply saying those words). Of course, only be available in those smartphones with a SoC that has a chip dedicated to active listening, such as the Lumia 930 and Lumia Icon (among others).

The update Lumia Denim is drawing progressively to all users of a smartphone Lumia (from 520 to 1520). As always, it begins to reach some regions and concrete models and, gradually, it reaches to all users. You can check the availability of Lumia Denim for your model; you can do so at the site that Microsoft has enabled it. If by chance your smartphone is not among those chosen to receive the update, do not worry, because Microsoft has confirmed that in January it’ll hit a new batch of updates Lumia Denim for other models.

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