Once again the Pixel Camera (formerly known as Google Camera) is updated to bring new features to the public and enrich the shooting and video recording experience on the Grande G’s proprietary devices. Especially with the latest Pixel 8 and 8 Pro models, the service has managed to show what it can offer users by enhancing the camera sector through exceptional optimization algorithms. Yet, it seems there is always room for improvement.
The demonstration comes with the latest iteration released to the public, that is Pixel Camera 9.2: here’s the news related to this update!
Pixel Camera 9.2 is official: what changes?
The update to version 9.2 of the Pixel Camera is arriving on all Pixel devices via Google Play precisely in these hours, according to what was also reported by colleagues at 9to5Google, and the changes applied are not indifferent. We start from a more intuitive interface which now allows you to manage brightness, shadow and white balance via a convenient carousel accessible from the bottom right corner, as you can see from the comparison below.
After that, the preferences panel for flash, timer, ratio and other settings enjoys improved accessibility so that users can manage those controls much more easily. Equally interesting update is the ability to select the “Ultra HDR” and “Rich colors in photos” options via advanced settings even on older Google Pixels. On the contrary, the Ultra HDR deactivation button now appears on the Pixel 8.
It’s not a flood of new features as some fans might have expected, but it’s still a welcome update. To download it, simply search for it on Google Play on compatible devices, or even sideload it on other Android devices.