Google has updated the stock camera app for Pixel smartphones after more than five months. After the update, the app version has been bumped to 6.2 and it includes bug fixes, performance improvements, and new features. The prominent ones include dark mode, live mode transitions, and Cheetah time lapse. The new Google Camera 6.2 update
Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup, the latest flagship smartphone series from South Korean smartphone maker comes with impressive triple camera setup. We have already noted in our detailed camera review that the company has somewhat maintained the camera quality on the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup along with the addition to an impressive Ultra-wide camera sensor. Even
Google Pixel 3 XL is considered one of the, if not the best smartphones when it comes to the camera department. Google Camera, the default camera that comes with the device along with all its software magic is considered the best camera software on the Android side of things. Software developers who are well aware
The Google Pixel series may not be quite the competition to the Apple iPhone range that Google originally envisioned, but the products are successful nonetheless. A lot of credit for that goes to the camera systems on the phones, which are widely considered the best on any smartphone today. The Pixel camera is backed by
Google's Night Sight camera feature works wonders in low-light, and there is nothing that comes close to that software feature. Needless to say, as soon as the potential of the feature was known, there was a scramble to try to port it to other non-Pixel devices, and some smartphones now have it. However, Xiaomi's smartphones
Google Pixel 3 has been marred with a number of bugs and issues right after the launch of the device. It is surprising to notice the number of issues that have reported about the device lineup since the launch especially considering that it is the 2018 flagship smartphone from the company. We have been keeping
Google showcased the Night Sight at the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL launch in New York and it probably garnered them the biggest round of applause. And now the Pixel 3 smartphones have finally received the feature and Google has even updated the Camera app with the feature and is working on other features
Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are currently the best camera smartphones in the market. Since smartphone cameras are not just limited to the hardware that they use but also the software they power, it has been proven that the reason behind such stunning photos on the Pixel 3 is the Google Camera application.
Google Pixel 3 is undoubtedly the best smartphone camera in the smartphone market. The impressive part about the device is that it manages to beat the likes of iPhone XS Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with a single camera setup. As previously covered, Google s supremacy in software and AI is what is helping
Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL are considered to sport the best camera on a smartphone at the time of writing. It is especially impressive considering that Google is able to achieve the image quality with the help of a single camera sensor where companies are experimenting with multiple camera sensors. If you are unaware
Another day, another Pixel leak. It seems Google s upcoming Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones just can t stay under the wraps. Over the past few weeks, the duo has leaked countless times. The bigger Pixel 3 XL especially has had practically everything leaked about it, ranging from hands-on photos to contents of
Over the past few weeks, Google s Pixel 3 XL has had so much information leaked about it that at this point of time, we re not sure if anyone even cares anymore. However, as the official launch date draws nearer, we re seeing more details popping online about the soon-to-be-announced flagship smartphone. In another
Google Cameras ports have been highly popular on XDA Developers forums. In fact, people who root their smartphones and install custom ROMs, look for such ports that give them the Google Pixel like experience. When the Pixel was first released, the camera app was ported to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 and Redmi Note 4,
If you re in the market for a well-rounded smartphone under Rs 15,000, Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 is perhaps one of the best options you can consider. Launched in April 2018, Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 brings a lot to a table at a very affordable (starting) price of Rs 10,499. The fact that
Google seems to be working on introducing the much anticipate and requested feature for Google Camera, the ability to allow users to capture RAW images. According to an APK (Android Package) teardown by Android Police, the source code inside the latest Google Camera app indicated that the company could add the ability to add RAW
Google is rolling out Google Lens as part of its Google Camera app, the software that handles all the camera capabilities in Pixel and Nexus devices. According to a report by Android Police, the company has added Lens shortcut in the Google Camera as part of its latest update. The new update brings the version
Google has released three new experimental photo apps for Android and iOS platforms. With smartphones essentially becoming the first camera for most consumers around the world, Google says these apps will only enhance the photos captured with them. Google notes in its Research blog that these apps are inspired by Motion Stills, an app developed
One of the most impressive features of the camera on the Google Pixel is its HDR+ feature. Unlike regular HDR mode, the HDR+ allows for capturing multiple exposure levels to stitch together an overall enhanced image while reducing the level of blur. The results are most spectacular in low-light conditions. Ukrainian app developer B-S-G has posted a modified version of the Google Camera that allow certain non-Pixel smartphones to leverage HDR+ technology.
See a nice landscape, and want a nice 360-degree view of the surroundings? Google has a solution for you, called Google Camera, an Android app that lets you click high resolution panorama and 360-degree views. Added functionality include the ability to refocus on pictures after shooting, and DSLR-like bokeh, says Google.