Although many of are blown away by Nokia’s HAAC (high amplitude audio capture) microphones, which allow their Lumia line to record distortion-free audio (think of a rock concert), there was always one drawback that you may not have known about: mono.
Yup, despite having three microphones on board, the device only processed in mono sound, meaning even though it was distortion free it was still a step behind.
We can now confirm that the Nokia Lumia 1020 fixes this by featuring full-stereo HAAC recording ability. What’s more? It’s part of the Pro Camera suite that other Lumia devices are expected to get, meaning your Lumia 92x can get stereo-recording in the near future.
After all, you have the hardware. Now, Microsoft and Nokia have fixed the software.
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