However, Google has started releasing these features to older generation Pixel phones, and that also means that a lot of these features are a part of computational photography than being a hardware dependent.
Reports have it that Google will not be releasing the new Pixel 4 smartphones in India. Therefore, if you wish to use any of the Google Pixel 4 features, the options available are Pixel 3 or Pixel 3XL.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to get Pixel 4 features on your present mobile device. This will help you achieve a better picture quality from your phone camera along with the fresh Pixel 4 features.
Before we begin, this will work based on the camera port, it might or might not work with every Android device and you should be running Android 9.0 Pie or later. Do this:
1. Search for the most recent version of Google Camera port apk (version 7.2 or above).
2. Download the apk file from a reliable source and have it installed.
3. After the installation, of the app on your mobile device, launch it and allow all the required permissions.
4. Now, select the mode and begin to snap away.
How Can I Activate Astrophotography Feature?
1. Launch the Google Camera app and access “Setting.”
2. Swipe down and search for “Advanced.”
3. Swipe further down and enable “Astrophotography.”
More Information About Your Pixel 4
Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are Android smartphones from the Google Pixel product line, serving as successors to the Pixel 3. The phones were officially announced on October 15, 2019 and were released in the United States on October 24, 2019.
Google confirmed the device’s design in June 2019 after renders of it were leaked online. In the United States, Google Pixel 4 is the first Pixel phone to be offered for sale by all major wireless carriers at launch. Previous flagship Pixel models had launched as exclusives to Verizon and Google Fi; the midrange Pixel 3a was additionally available from Sprint and T-Mobile, but not AT&T, at its launch. As with all other Pixel releases, Google is offering unlocked U.S. versions through its website.
The Pixel 4 ships with Android 10 and Google Camera 7.1. The devices feature several features powered by their Pixel Neural Core (a successor to the Pixel Visual Core): in addition to its existing use for image processing, it is used by the new Recorder app (a voice recorder with live transcription), and the “new” Google Assistant, which contains enhancements to allow for increased client-side recognition of commands that are local to the device (rather than querying Google servers).
There you have it – a comprehensive tutorial on how to get Pixel 4 camera features on other Android devices. If you have any questions as regards this tutorial, feel free to drop them in the comment section below.