Nokia Lumia 630 received a minor new OS update (version 8.10.12397.895) earlier today. This new OS update brings several bug-fixes including a patch for continuous focus issue in recently-updated Nokia Camera app. This update is being rolled out over-the-air and it might take some time before it reaches your device.
Using the new continuous autofocus feature, Lumia 630 users will now be able to keep their camera automatically focused while capturing videos without having to tap the screen. Apart from fixing the aforementioned issue, this update lets users place Skype video calls right from the phone dialer using a new inbuilt skype button that has replaced Lumia’s antediluvian video-call button.
This update is being pushed out as an OTA update and it should be arriving on your phone anytime now. However, you can always force-check updates by mashing the Check for Updates button in Settings > Phone updates. After the update is done, you current firmware version should be v8.10.12397.895 (which happens to be the same build number as of Windows Phone 8.1 Developer Preview).
This might be a preliminary update before actual Nokia Cyan update hits the Lumia devices. According to WPCentral, Nokia Cyan update has already gone live in Finland and Argentina – so, do keep an eye on your incoming updates. Here are some screenshots outlining the details regarding this update:
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