Google has confirmed the news through the official Twitter account. The tweet reads, “Camera Go keeps getting better. We’re bringing HDR to more Android devices, allowing you to capture photos with crisper details and richer colour at any time of the day.”
Last October, Google rolled out Night Mode for Camera GO app. The feature allowed smartphone users to capture high-quality pathos in low light, no-flash setting.
Google Camera Go is a scaled-down version of Google’s Camera app. It is aimed for basic smartphone users running Android Go edition OS. The Go OS is designed for the entry-level Android smartphones running 2GB of RAM or lower.
For those unaware, Go edition of Android was first launched in September 2018 along with Android 11. Google claims that entry-level handsets perform with at least 20% faster loading time with Android Go OS.
In the official tweet, Google has shown a side-by-side comparison of photo with HDR on and off. The feature works smoothly on budget and above smartphones. It will be interesting to see how it works with blurry images.
Non-Android Go users can also try the stripped-down of the camera app without elements such as Night Mode and HDR.