Who isn’t a big fan of Google Pixel’s Camera? It makes use of some of the best and complex software so the user can take marvelous pictures. But we can’t have this camera on every phone now, can we? But a Ukrainian app developer has twisted his way to port the software to any of the devices with Snapdragon 820/821 or 835 processor. This will allow the user to take their own HDR+ pictures sans the Google Pixel camera. Now each of you can boast of having high quality and beautiful pictures on their social handles.
The name of the genius developer is B-S-G. This is obviously a pseudonym name. He recently uploaded the modified version of HDR+ image processing to any device carrying the Snapdragon 820/81 or 835 processor. There was also a person who tested this; he goes by the name of Adam Conway who is an XDA writer. He stated that he was able to test the revised app on different types of devices such as the LG G6, a OnePlus 3, a OnePlus 3T, a OnePlus 5, and a Samsung Galaxy S8 and was astounded by the apparent changes in terms of quality of the pictures taken by him using these phones.
The writer even studied the codes to ensure that there wasn’t any malicious virus embedded under them. Passing that test, he claimed that the software is safe to download and install. While studying the codes, he understood how B-S-G does it. He has made references to Muskie which is a rumoured Pixel device that has been sacked and Pixel XL2 which makes them think that the modifications are tricking the app into the process as if it’s running on Google Pixel’s successor. This indeed is a genius move.
With advancements like these, anybody can have the luxury to enjoy the facilities only limited to Google Pixel. Of course, the quality will not be an exact replica of the actual software on the Google Pixel phone, but it will surely look as though the software has worked their magic on your photos. What else would you need then? Sans the cost of buying the cell phone, you are readily getting the facilities of the phone. It is something to boast about. It would be wise to mention that the software is safe to download, as seen through the reports of XDA write Mr Adam Conway.
Let us know what you think of it if at all you use the software on a new device other than Google Pixel.