Hay their we are back with this news in which we will discuss the updates related to the Google camera app. So Late this evening, an update to version 7.5 of the Google Camera app arrived for some on the Android 11 Beta. Within the update, we’ve found that Google is getting new Camera features ready and preparing for their upcoming generation of Pixels phones.
As we all know that recently we just listen to the news About APK Insight: In this ‘APK Insight’ post, we’ve decompiled the latest version of an application that Google uploaded to the Play Store. When we decompile these files (called APKs, in the case of Android apps), we’re able to see various lines of code within that hint at possible future features. Keep in mind that Google may or may not ever ship these features, and our interpretation of what they are may be imperfect Prospectively. We’ll try to make sure that it could enable those that are closer to being finished, however, to show you how they’ll look in the case that they do ship. With that in mind, read on.
Pixel 5 & Pixel 4a (5G)
For the recent months now, we are pushing up the testing of tracking the Pixel 4a as Google’s next Android hardware release so that users will enjoy it the most as they can do. Earlier this month, 9to5google uncovered direct mentions to Google also launching a “Pixel 5” and “Pixel 4a (5G)”, with no signs of a Pixel 5 XL.
As we said that Google is going to concrete on the pixel of the Camera so here The Google Camera 7.5 also includes mentions of the three known Pixel phones for 2020 — Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a (5G), and Pixel 5 — and their respective codenames. This reconfirms the branding for the devices and further types of cement that there will be no Pixel 5 XL this year as well respectively.
With Camera 7.5, Google introduced a mysterious new string into the app, one that simply and unhelpfully says “Lasagna.”
The users are waiting now for the new application into the camera so much n that case Google has started Digging deeper though, as well, and finally they have been found that “Lasagna” is just a placeholder name for an upcoming mode offering a “motion blur” effect. From what we can tell, this motion blur mode should appear alongside other Google Camera modes like Night Sight, Time Lapse, and Photo Sphere.
A different motion is used to include in this in which We’ve been tracking the addition of motion blur to Google Camera since before the Pixel 4 was released as well, under the codename Paneer. Probably We’re really not sure that what actually the reason behind that Google has decided to rename the feature from Paneer to Lasagna.
From what we could gather, motion blur looks to offer a DSLR-like quality to photos of moving targets, similar to how portrait mode simulates the bokeh effect. Given that the feature is still listed under a codename, we may still have some waiting to do before taking action shots on our Pixels onwards.
But the list of features may not stop here because so many features have been done by the Google for their users and here is another feature in which we’ve been tracking since before the Pixel 4 released is “audio zoom,” or essentially the ability to “focus” on a particular thing by zooming the video at the time you make. With Camera 7.5, Google takes another step closer to launching an audio zoom, with new descriptions for how audio zoom works. Boost the sound where the user is zooming in on.
<string name=”pref_audio_zoom_title”>Audio zoom</string>
<string name=”pref_audio_zoom_summary”>Boost the sound where the user is zooming in on.</string>
Cstark27, is a very well-known member of the Google Camera app modding community, was able to enable the “Audio zoom” preference mentioned above, but it had no immediate effect on video recordings. It’s possible that audio zoom requires hardware not available on the current generation of Pixel phones as well.
On Pixel phones today, your camera if Android phones it is really preferred to see that almost all over the years have offered adjustable camera flash brightness, but considering the Pixel series Night Sight expertise, if you find this feature hasn’t arrived sooner so there is nothing to be shocked. So far though, these are the only two mentions, suggesting the work has only just begun and is far from ready to launch.
Well, the most favorite content for every user to upload their pics on their preferred social media site. So this time Google has presenting such mesmerizing functions in which Whenever you take the pic Or make the video by the Google Camera app today, you’re offered easy access to share that photo to one of your favorite social media or messenger apps, from the preview in the bottom-right corner. As noted on Twitter by XDA’s Mishaal Rahman, Google Camera 7.5 includes work to make newly recorded videos just as easy to share.
Specifically, you’ll be able to share videos with the following apps:
- Facebook Messenger
- Google Hangouts
- Google Messages
- Verizon Messages