Google Camera update hints at upcoming Pixel 4a, 24fps video recording
A current Google Camera APK teardown completed by XDA Developers hints at Google’s subsequent mid-range gadget and the doable inclusion of 24fps video recording. The teardown was of the Google Camera’s newest update — model 7.three.017 — and it additionally features a few minor tweaks to the app interface and performance.
Most notably, this app update accommodates references to Google’s upcoming Pixel 4a. The codenames sunfish, redfin, and bramble seem subsequent to a string titled “pixel_20_mid_range.” XDA noticed the bramble and sunfish codenames twice, however redfin solely seems as soon as. This may imply redfin refers back to the Pixel 4a improvement board, and the opposite codenames confer with precise upcoming Pixel 4a units, or it may imply nothing particular. All guesses are simply hypothesis at this level.
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The teardown additionally revealed doable 24fps video recording assist coming to the Google Camera app sooner or later. There are two strings hinting at this function, which might be an thrilling addition for individuals who take cellular videography significantly. As of proper now, folks can solely report video in both 30fps or 60fps on Pixel units, however 24fps is the usual body price for movie and tv. Most folks most likely gained’t benefit from this if it lands, however it will nonetheless be a welcome addition.
There are a number of new options that truly landed on this Google Camera update, too. This update reorders the app’s swipe-down setting menu, pushing the flash settings toggle to the highest. It additionally introduces a brand new function that robotically permits don’t disturb mode throughout video recording, that means notifications can’t damage your movies even in case you neglect to allow it forward of time.
Google Camera 7.three.017 is presently rolling out to the Play Store, so hold a watch out for the update so you may get your palms on it as quickly because it lands.