Google puts night mode in Camera Go app for cheap phones

Google has put the night mode of its Google Camera software in the Camera Go app. This gives cheap phones like the Nokia 1.3 for less than a hundred euros with the technology to take better photos in less light. Google has optimized the camera software for the camera sensors that manufacturers use in those cheap devices to get better results, according to the report. the presentation video. As on more expensive models, the software uses multiple shot images with different settings to produce a better photo without a flash, and later this year, Google will add HDR support to the app. As a result, photos in more light should benefit from its advantages, such as reducing overexposed parts and showing more details in shadows. The Camera Go update is released for various Wiko devices that are not available in the Benelux and for the Nokia 1.3. . It is currently in the Pricewatch for 84 euros. The Go apps from Google are made for Android Go, the lightweight version of Android for devices with limited processing power, storage capacity and working memory.