Yesterday we reported with the new gesture navigation in the leaked Android Q, this new feature is pretty interesting. The Night Sight on Google Pixel is moved to the Google Camera App.
This makes way for the GCam port to have the Night Sight for several supported devices, which is great.
In the upcoming Google Camera 6.3, the option will reside in place of the age-old panorama. Also, both of them have replaced each other’s positions.
Another update is the Potrait mode. On the previous update, the Screen Flash was used as the front facing flash. In which the screen illuminates to act as a front facing flash. However, the feature has been renamed to Illumination, which actually makes sense now.
Moreover, some extra small tweaks have been seen. The update removes the white balance/ color temperature option removed. The available presets are Auto, Cloudy, Sunny, Fluorescent & Tungsten.
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