What do you look at first when you see a new device coming to the market? Is your answer “Camera”? Well, almost many people look at the camera of smartphones. It is not at all surprising why all the smartphone manufacturers are increasing the standards of the cameras on their devices. We have seen some recent smartphones coming with huge 108 MP sensors as well. The point is users want their phone to help them capture real quality photos. But do you think that only the hardware can get you the best picture that you want to take? Perhaps, NO! Good software for the camera hardware also aids in getting some high-quality pictures. Talking of software, Google Camera is the best software that camera hardware can get.
The latest iteration of the Google Camera is Gcam 7.3 which has awesome features like astrophotography and a lot more. It also helps in capturing great low light pictures. Google has been working on Google Camera 7.4 which is going to be even better with lots of new features.
Recently, while analyzing an unreleased version of Gcam 7.4, a senior XDA Gcam modder came across several lines of code that reveal something awesome. The code suggests that Gcam 7.4 is going to feature 4k video recording at 60fps. That’s going to be insane. Until now, we had only seen 4K video recording at 30fps. In a specific class in the code, related to video recording, a new mode was found named “camcorder.4k60fps” which clearly says it all. Have a look:
Gcam 7.4 is still in the development stage and we don’t yet know when it will be available for devices. Also, we don’t think the Pixel 4 will be getting the Gcam 7.4 because of restricting bandwidth limitations in switching between the camera lenses. Google might bring the Gcam 7.4 to its upcoming Pixel 5 Series. However, we are not pretty sure about it though. Apart from it, the Gcam 7.4 will also come with several other interesting features. So, let’s wait and see for ourselves how the Gcam 7.4 performs and which all devices will be getting it.
Stay tuned for further updates on the developments of Google Camera 7.4. Also, share this article with all those who had been waiting for this amazing feature of [email protected] video recording.
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