Google Camera 7 is the version of Google's photo application for the upcoming Pixel 4 and 4 XL. Several weeks before their formalization, functional versions of both smartphones have fallen into the hands of YouTubers who let us discover many aspects of future flagships before their release. The interface of Google Camera 7 was peeled by XDA Developers who was able to get their hands on the APK file.
Google Camera 7 will only be available with Pixel 4 and 4 XL. The Google photo application deemed better optimized than those provided by manufacturers is unfortunately an exclusive Pixel. But thanks to the ingenuity and determination of many members of the Android community, ports are offered for several other models.
Google Camera 7: the new interface is unveiled before the launch of Pixel 4
You can not wait to discover the improvements that come with Google Camera 7 ? In recent days, holdings of the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL have multiplied on the Internet. Thanks to these fleeing models, a user has transmitted a Functional APK of Google Camera 7 to XDA Developers who was able to test the application on a Pixel 3 XL. The site has dissected the interface to reveal its novelties and here is the essential to remember.
The different shooting modes (Night Vision, Portrait, Camera, Video, etc.) are now at the bottom of the interface, just below the central button that triggers the shots, a layout that makes these options more accessible than in the previous version of Google Camera. While previously the zone housing the trigger button, the Photo / Video switch or the icon to access the Gallery was covered with a black background, Google made this area transparent, so that the buttons float now just above the scene captured by the sensor lens. This provides more space to allow the user to better see what he captures when shooting in 16: 9 format.
The zoom and exposure sliders have been modified to be more precise. The zoom slider now indicates the magnification level. In addition, it is now possible to take videos directly without changing modes. Simply make a long press on the trigger button to start taking a video. Finally, Google Camera 7 offers a new tutorial called Camera Coaching. When enabled, the app gives tips on how to take better pictures based on the scene. For example, Google Camera offers "to try Night Sight" when lighting conditions are low or to try Portrait mode when a face is detected. This allows novice users to choose the best setting for perfect shots.
Source: XDA Developers