Just in case you were wondering, Windows 10 is the flavor of the day. This time around, we have more details on the Lumia Camera app, where it is touted to be the default camera app where Windows 10 hardware is concerned. You know, the Lumia Camera app which came as part of the recent Lumia Denim update, and being the default camera app across a slew of Windows 10 devices, it would mean that having a Samsung or HTC device that runs on Windows 10 would offer you a similar photography experience as that on a regular Lumia – high end or otherwise, in terms of software capability and image editing purposes. Of course, the sensor used on the individual smartphone’s camera would deliver contrasting results, depending on the quality of the hardware.
In other words, the Lumia Camera app would allow one to snap a photo with flash and without, before making adjustments to its brightness level so that it will end up somewhere right smack in between, should neither result end up looking what you had in mind originally. Not only that, there will also be an auto-HDR feature for video recording enthusiasts. Sounds like a whole lot of fun, don’t you think so? We cannot wait for Windows 10 to arrive on our hardware across all platforms.