Google Camera 7.0 for all Realme smartphones

Let's be honest with ourselves ... the reason we suck MediaTek processors is solely related to the fact that at the moment this does not have any support for Google Camera, the super photographic app that promises and maintains real miracles even in light conditions particularly absent. Oh yes, in fact by now the CPUs of MediaTek are quite performing and reliable, for example the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro testifies that it makes gaming its essence and that it has even managed to run a GCam inside it.

But with this post I don't want you to change sides and taste the sweetness of a MediaTek SoC, but to provide you with a list of downloads for our beloved Realme smartphones, considering that we have reached the seventh generation of the Google Camera also known as GCam and that among the software news reports the following:

  • Automatic DND mode when recording videos.
  • Reorganized settings interface.
  • 24 FPS video recording.
  • Exposure controls to adjust the brightness and HDR of your photo.
  • Astrophotography applied to night mode.
  • Shortcuts added to the shutter for best shots.
  • "Favorite faces" function for the best shots.

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Google Camera 7.0 for all Realme smartphones

Among the models listed, someone may not have AstroFotografia mode enabled by default so to enable it, simply proceed as follows:

  1. Open the Google Camera app
  2. Go to settings.
  3. Now tap on the developer settings.
  4. In the developer menu enable these three options to enable the astronomical mode:
    camera.cuttle.darken camera.cuttle.extended camera.cuttle.extended_iterable_burst
  5. Now Select night mode.
  6. Now set the focus on infinto and the timer on 3 seconds to get the astro function.

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