This year Realme has launched its 64MP camera smartphone called Realme XT. The handset looks beautiful, has a quad-rear camera setup, a bigger AMOLED display, Android 9 Pie, and more. Whereas, the hardware specifications are also good enough in its price segment to compete with others. Although, the AI-powered cameras are quite capable to capture nice shots in daylight. But if you’re not getting enough image quality according to the 64MP-hype, then you will need Google Camera. You can Download Working Google Camera 6.2 on Realme XT (Gcam).
Realme has mentioned that Pixel-Binning technology with AI offers great daylight images even after zooming. However, the stock camera app of Realme devices isn’t that good enough. In this case, the Google Camera app is the ultimate solution for non-Pixel Android devices. If you’re a mobile photography lover or want a better camera results, then follow this full article.
Google Camera 6.2
This is the stock camera app for Pixel devices but thanks to the APK mod developers for porting the Pixel 3 stock camera app and its features to Google Camera 6.2 version. You will get a nice and clean looking camera UI, plenty of useful modes that work like a charm. Such as Night Sight, Portrait, PhotoSphere, Lens Blur, HDR+ enhanced, Google Lens, AR Stickers, RAW file support, video stabilization, slow motion, and more.
As the Realme XT comes with Camera2 API enabled out-of-the-box, you don’t need to configure your device. No root required as well. Just install the Gcam 6.2 APK and enjoy it! You can download the file from below and check out the recommended app settings.
Download Working Google Camera 6.2 on Realme XT
Gcam 6.2 for Realme XT (Night Sight) – Download
How to Install Gcam 6.2 APK on Realme XT
- Download and install the Google Camera APK file on your phone.
- Tap on it to Install.
- If it asks to enable Unknown Sources option, then go to the device Settings → Security → Privacy and enable it.
- After installing the APK, open the Google Camera app and set up the recommended settings.
- Go to Google Camera ‘Settings’ → ‘About’ → ‘Advanced’
- Go to Advanced Settings or ‘BSG Mod Settings’ → choose ‘Input Module’
- Keep Front Camera as Nexus 6P
- Back Camera as Pixel 3 XL
- Config to Pixel2018 Zslr Hdr+
- Enable ‘Google Photos’
- Disable ‘zoom in Portrait mode’
- Turn off ‘Pixel3 AWB’ mode
- Enable ‘HDR+ enhanced in Portrait mode’
- Change Saturation for Back Camera
- Set Highlight Saturation to 2.2
- Set Shadow Saturation to 2.5
We hope you’ve found this article useful.