As a smartphone user, there is enough buzz in the market to arouse your interest. The excitement kicks in with every passing rumour and the next big update touted to make your device better. Among the most satisfying combinations in this industry though have recently been Xiaomi and Google. No, don’t get us wrong, this is no news of a miracle merger. It’s just us being happy and delivering some of that happiness to our readers. Xiaomi’s hardware and Google’s software, that’s what most users have recently defined as their ideal experience. So here is Google, not disappointing those of you who own Poco F1, with the latest GCam 7.4.
Features of the Poco F1 and Improvements with the new GCam 7.4
Released back in August 2018, Poco F1 hit impressive numbers in sales owing to its apt pricing and classy features. Running Android Oreo (8.1) out of the box and upgradable to Android 9 (Pie), Poco F1 is powered by the superior Qualcomm SDM845 Snapdragon 845 chipset. Xiaomi shook the market a little when with Poco it said ‘give me a break’ to 4GB RAM devices. The top-end variant packs a massive 8GB RAM with 256GB of internal storage and the two other variants both come with 6GB RAM. Not a big deal in 2020, but two years back, Xiaomi knew exactly how to leave a footprint. The camera setup on the rear was particularly attractive, with a 12 MP primary coupled with a 5MP depth shooter. Now is the time to churn out more inspiring output with maximum assistance from Google Camera 7.4. On offer is a new Astrophotography mode, along with features like Night Sight, Super Res Zoom etc.
If you are a late bloomer when it comes to these tacky updates our guess is you still use GCam 6.2. Well, don’t you worry, we have provided you with links to a host of version updates, that you may click on as best suited to your device. A known issue with GCam 6.2 was that with the slow-motion recording. The newer version of GCam is expected to utilize Poco F1’s capacity to shoot [email protected] FPS to a better extent, giving you higher quality slow-mo videos. Overall this is going to be a definite delight for the Poco F1 users out there, and if you are one, download the latest GCam version from the link down below.