Technology giant Google took the mobile photography community by surprise with its Google Camera app. Available on Pixel phones, Google Camera is known to incorporate some advanced features in a simple, easy-to-use UI. It also takes great pictures. Further, the app has now been ported to other non-Pixel smartphones. This has helped many smartphone users get better pictures with their devices. Now the company has introduced the Google Camera Go application.
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Owning a cheap android smartphone has become a relatively better experience in recent years. The most affordable Android smartphones are still running on the bare minimum of specifications. However, the end-user experience has come to be more reliable and efficient than ever with new hardware. But one thing was always a con with the cheapest Android smartphones. The camera performance.
Google Camera Go brings the fast and reliable interface of Google Camera to extremely low-end devices. This is the company’s latest addition to the Go series of applications. These are apps targeted at Android smartphones running on very low-end specifications like 1GB RAM and low-end processors.
The new Google Camera Go application is faster and smoother than most stock camera interfaces that OEMs ship. The application will likely use a form of its dynamic range algorithms to get better pictures. The Google Camera application’s main strength was the use of algorithms to produce crisp photos with great color accuracy and dynamic range.
The Nokia 1.3 is the first smartphone to use the new Google Camera Go app. It also makes sense since Nokia smartphones run on pure stock Android interface. Further, the Nokia 1.3 runs on Android 10 Go Edition and features an 8-megapixel autofocus rear camera and a 5-megapixel fixed-focus front camera. It was launched alongside the Nokia 8.3 5G and the Nokia 5.3. The phone has a price tag of 95 Euros (about Rs 7,500).