Cool shots on ultra-budget Android. Google brings HDR support to Camera Go

Cool shots on ultra-budget Android. Google brings HDR support to Camera Go

Google has begun rolling out a new feature for a simplified Google Camera app targeting the cheapest Android smartphones.

The Google team hinted at launching support for high dynamic range HDR, which can improve the quality of photos in difficult lighting conditions, back in October. And now, the promised function has been brought to life and began to spread to smartphones.

Recall that in March, along with the Nokia 1.3 Android Go smartphone, the release of the Google Camera Go application was announced, a simplified version of the famous Google Camera. The latter application can often significantly improve the quality of images compared to the native camera application on a smartphone. However, there was no HDR working mode in the simplified Google Camera Go app initially. The injustice has now been corrected.


Cool shots on ultra-budget Android. Google brings HDR support to Camera Go

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