Google’s Camera app has revealed some of the advanced features of the new Pixel 6 Pro, with improvements for both photo and video.
GoogleNew Tensor-powered smartphones are coming very soon, and a new Pixel 6 Pro camera leak is likely to create even more excitement about what could be possible. Google played a big role in kicking off the pre-launch information search after providing a pretty juicy sneak peek in early August that revealed the new phones would use Google’s first custom chip designed specifically for Pixel phones. This silicon is designed from the ground up for pixel photo processing, AI, and security.
Google is known for its mastery of computer photography and has relied on its advanced software while its competitors have pushed the limits of camera hardware. Year after year, the Pixel delivers some really good photos, whether you buy the flagship or budget Pixel phone. Of course, a smartphone is more than just a photography studio in a slab, and Google’s Pixel also excels in artificial intelligence, delivering one of the best assistant experiences available and a clean, fast, and smooth Android interface.
The latest Pixel 6 Pro camera leak is from an unreleased internal version of Google’s Camera app from an anonymous source that was analyzed by XDA-Developers. One of the coolest features is the codename “Swiss”, like cheese, and is said to help remove obstacles in the foreground, such as a chain link fence. The code suggested that this would be accelerated by the new Tensor chip. When recording video with the Pixel 6 Pro, a zoom level of up to 7 times may be possible, even when recording at 60 frames per second (FPS) and 4K resolution. Going to 30 FPS, zoom levels up to 20 times are allowed, according to XDA’s source.
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With the power of Google’s new Pixel 6 Pro, facial detection could become more useful in photos. Face blurring was already a confirmed feature of the Pixel 6 and was appearing in this leaked app, lending credibility to the fact that this is the real thing. The algorithm is able to remove motion blur from faces, using a method similar to HDR +. On the other hand, it might be possible to enhance motion blur for creative effects. More face detection options suggest identifying when a baby is in the frame and possibly automatically capturing interesting facial expressions. This is the code name “Photo Booth”.
A code snippet referring to the selfie camera suggests that it could be an ultra-wide, with options for 0.7x and no zoom. Other clues indicated that the rear cameras were getting better white balance, a different form of Top Shot that automatically selects the best shots from a burst of photos, improved frequent faces that help focus on known subjects and an improved Portrait Spotlight feature. There was also a reference to a Pixel 2022, but no real details were given on the alleged Pixel 7. For now, this can be seen as yet another teaser of one of the most previewed smartphones of all. the temperature. The official launch of Google’s Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, with an impressive camera bar topping the feature list, is expected to arrive around mid-October.
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