Quantum has been working hard to hear the feedback from the community that is listening to their latest releases. Quantum Fly was released in August with an upcoming update that would address some native device issues. Yesterday (10/11), the promised update was released for the model, and then you find out the improvements that came to the device.
Quantum Fly Corrective Update
The corrective update is being released by Quantum in batches with the number 2016102801. To update it requires that Fly has at least 30% load. The download weighs approximately 120 MB. According to the manufacturer, in addition to the improved performance of the device, the camera has been optimized and now no longer features the famous vertical bars.
Another improvement is in overall system performance that has been optimized, in addition to the addition of night mode in the system shortcut area.
Night mode is not an application, nor does it have specific commands, as it is just a shortcut to the quick access bar for a MiraVision utility function. This utility, in turn, is MediaTek's color calibrator software, which has a feature that makes the display more yellowish and pleasant for night use.
If you have a Fly that has not yet updated with this shortcut, go to the "Screen" menu between system settings, click MiraVision and enable the "Blue Light Defender" option. Ready! You have night mode on your phone, but without the shortcut, of course.
Vertical bars in camera images
Upright Bar Defect is a problem that occurs when images were captured by Quantum Fly with the "Anti Shake" option enabled in the camera software. This update fixes the problem that bothered users and, by the way, bothered me a lot during the tests I did with the device in September.
Fortunately, this problem has been fixed and, moreover, the camera software seems to be faster, providing even better images. I believe the work done by Quantum developers on the hardware went beyond a simple fix, as apparently the camera showed better capture potential.