At the beginning of 2020, search giant Google launched a lite version of the Google Camera app for Android Go edition smartphone. The smartphone app was called Camera Go, at the time of launch the app didn’t arrive with many features like the regular Google camera app, but the company has gradually started adding a new feature to make it more interesting for the users. Back in October, app developers added a Night mode to the app so that users can click high-quality photos during low-light conditions. Now, Google has once again added a new feature to the app called the HDR support. Here’s a look at the new feature on Camera Go app.
HRD Support on Google Camera Go App
According to the report, Google has announced the rollout of the HDR support for the Camera Go app. This step is taken to allow entry-level Android smartphones to click quality pictures with perfect colour balance. Google shared a post on its official Android Tweet handle stating, “Camera Go keeps getting better. We’re bringing HDR to more #Android devices, allowing you to capture photos with crisper details and richer colour at any time of day.”
— Android (@Android) December 17, 2020
According to Android Central report, the latest Camera Go HDR support update is tipped to be available for low-end Android smartphones like Nokia 1.3, Wiko Y61, and Wiko Y81. These three entry-level phones are expected to receive the update by the end of this month. Once the update installs a new toggle button will be available as HDR mode in the Camera Go app. All you need to do is to enable the feature and you are good to go.
The HRD support for Camera Go app will be limited to a selected smartphones, so this won’t be good news for all the entry-level Android smartphone users. You can install the APK of the app on any Android phone running on Android 8.0 Oreo, but Night mode and HDR features will not be accessible.
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