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Updated: Source now says both high & low res images will be saved in Lumia Cyan.

lumia 630 singleUpdate:

The source article has been updated regarding the “no high-resolution image saving” stuff and it seems we are back to square one. Both high and low-res images will be saved.

Lumia Cyan is the Nokia Lumia Firmware that will accompany Windows Phone 8.1 roll out to Nokia Lumia devices. As always it will bring some improvements only meant for Nokia Lumia smartphones. Some of the details were made clear by Nokia in their articles. Some unknown details have been revealed by Nokia’s Ari Partinen to Finnish site Tekniikkatalous.

Lumia Cyan will bring updated camera sensitivity, noise reduction algorithm improvements and color management.

Nokia camera has been revamped in such a way that two images ( 5 MP + Full-res) will no more be saved, thereby speeding up image capture. This will take care of complaints of slow image capturing speed on Lumia PureView devices with Nokia Camera.

Other changes that Lumia Cyan brings are,

New look Camera Roll, giving you faster access to your images and allowing you to edit them a lot easier too. What’s more, all your Smart Shots, Cinemagraphs, and Refocus photos will live in the Camera Roll, making it easier to access them.

New Creative Studio, which completely overhauled and updates the app with new features. With the new enhanced Creative Studio, accessible from the Camera Roll, you’ll be able to edit photos on the fly and make the most of the five new filters.

Nokia Storyteller includes a new video slideshow feature that can be shared via Facebook or Twitter.

Lumia Cyan brings even better audio capture to Lumia flagships, which are known to be the best in capturing audio already thanks to “directional rich recording”. Now, the Windows Phone 8.1 brings Dolby Surround Sound capture support to Lumia 1520 and Lumia Icon a feature which will be on Lumia 930 as well. The 5.1 Dolby Digital Plus format + Rich recording capture will be a dream come true for video enthusiasts. Miracast projection support is also coming to all three devices.

Thanks easycapexpertti for the tip. Cheers!!

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  • Kamal

    I don’t think oversampling was ever in question, but full-res saving indeed is. Let’s see 🙂

  • Sorry, but this is based on misinformation. I’ve now replied via http://t.co/1llhIxxIGa after checking with Ari and other Nokia’s imaging experts.

    • Kamal

      So, you mean the source has misquoted “Ari”. It is surprising though, because the person who tipped us with this is Finnish, himself. So, I don’t think he may have mistranslated or misunderstood. Anyways, let Ari or someone from Nokia come clean on this and I will update this article.

      • The English quotes in my AAWP article are, in places, directly from Ari and Juha. And no translations involved. I’ve been reassured that oversampling, dual capture and full-res saving ARE all still there in Cyan.

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