The download clocks in at 66MB and brings stability updates for the camera app, the weather app’s barometer, the FM radio player and the video highlight feature. As you’d expect, the changes appear to apply to behind-the-scenes elements of the device rather than tweaking any visual aspect.
It is the second update, after the launch day update that added Extreme Power Saving mode, that the HTC One (M8) has received. It’s good to see that the company is staying on top of bugs and issues.
Radio stability improvement
Video highlight stability
FM Radio stability
Weather app barometer update