The next big thing in Android camera technology is the Google Camera. Google yesterday launched a beta version of its camera software, which is now available on the company’s Pixel and Pixel XL devices. The new camera app, called “Google Camera”, allows users to take high-quality photos with their new Pixel smartphones.
The Motoro G60 is a stylish mid-range smartphone with a 5.5″ IPS LCD display. It was unveiled in March 2017 on the 5th of March. Since then, the device has been launched in various markets. The G60 is powered by a 64 bit Quad-core processor. The device comes in two memory variants. The device has a 16 GB internal storage. The device does not support expandable storage.Motorola wants to boost sales of mid-range handsets in India. The company recently announced two mid-range smartphones, the Moto G40 and Moto G60. Speaking of the Moto G60: It is one of the cheapest smartphones with a 108MP camera available in India. The standard camera application is packed with features. However, with the Pixel 5’s camera app (also known as the GCam mod port), you can capture some amazing images. You can download Google Camera for the Moto G60 here.
Google Camera for Moto G60 [GCam Best Camera]
The camera is one of the main assets of the new Moto G60 smartphone. Motorola has equipped the Moto G60 with a camera module with three lenses: a primary sensor of 108MP, an ultra-wide-angle lens of 8MP and a depth sensor. It uses pixel binning technology to create beautiful photos. This year, the company updated the camera app with the Moto G Stylus 2021. And with the same app available on the Moto G60, you can take decent photos in almost all conditions. If you want to take better pictures in low light, you can use the Google Camera app on your Moto G60. The Pixel 5 Camera – GCam 8.1 port mod app is compatible with a number of new smartphones, and the Moto G60 is among them. In terms of features, Google Camera 8.1 offers features like Astrophotography mode, Night vision, SloMo, Portrait, Beauty mode, HDR Enhanced, Lens Blur, PhotoSphere, Playground (AR sticker), RAW support, Google Lens and many more. Here are detailed instructions on how to download and install the Google Camera application on your Moto G60.
Download Google Camera for Moto G60
Almost all 2021 smartphones support the Camera2 API out of the box, and the Moto G60 is no exception. With support for the Camera2 API, you can install the Google Camera app on your smartphone without going through the rooting process. Below we include two GCam mods, GCam 7.3 by Wichaya and GCam 8.1 by BSG, you can use others too. Here are the download links. After downloading the app, you can simply download it to your device like any other APK (by enabling unknown sources). Before you use it, you should check the recommended settings below so that you can easily take great photos. Message: Before installing the new Gcam mod scope application, you should uninstall the old version (if it was installed). This is not a stable version of Google Camera, so it may contain some bugs.
- Download this configuration file which contains all recommended settings.
- Then go to the file manager and create a new folder called GCam.
- Open the GCam folder and create another folder called configs7.
- Now paste the configuration file into the configs7 folder.
- Next, open the Google Camera app and double-click on the black empty space next to the shutter button.
- Click the available configuration file in the pop-up window and click the Restore button.
- Go back to the application drawer and open the application again.
- Open the application > Settings > Advanced Settings > Rear Lens Settings (0.5)
- HDR+ Device > Pixel IVa_5G (Bramble)
- HDR+ extended images > 15 images or 25 images
- You can perform the same steps to adjust the rear lens (1.0) and the front lens (1.0).
Screenshots : You can now take photos with Google Camera on your Moto G60 smartphone. That’s it. You may also like – Download the ZTE Axon 30 Ultra [FHD+] wallpaper. If you have any questions, please leave a comment in the comments section. Share this article with your friends too. Other similar articles: