Download Google Camera For Xiaomi Mi Note 10 (Gcam 7.2)

Xiaomi has launched its upper mid-range smartphone called Mi Note 10 for the global market. It has a stunning display and design with Penta rear camera setup, a bigger battery, and more. The device is running on an 8nm based Snapdragon 730G with 6GB/128GB variant and Android 9.0 Pie. The primary 108 MP rear camera captures 27 MP image and with the help of pixel binning technology, it can take shots in 108 MP resolution. While the dedicated macro camera, 5x optical zoom can handle noise-free images. Though the MIUI stock camera becomes quite powerful and offers plenty of modes, still it lacks behind in terms of eye-catching quality as compared to Google Camera. If you also feel that, then you can Download Google Camera For Xiaomi Mi Note 10 (Gcam 7.2).

As the device comes with Camera2 API enabled by default, it will be so easier to download and install the ported Gcam 7.2 APK file on your Xiaomi Mi Note 10. Meanwhile, you don’t need any extra effort or don’t have to root your device. The latest Google Camera version is ported from the Pixel 4 series that offers plenty of new features and a minimal clean looking UI as well. It brings the Astrophotography mode, Night Sight, Super-Resolution Zoom, Photobooth, Motion Blur, Social Media sharing option, Framing hint, etc.

Download Google Camera For Xiaomi Mi Note 10 (Gcam 7.2)

Google Camera app additionally offers Portrait mode, Google Lens, PhotoSphere, Lens Blur, HDR+ enhanced mode, Panorama, Slow Motion video recording, video stabilization, and more.

Here you can download the Google Camera app v7.2 on your Mi Note 10 (Mi CC9 in China) from the link below and follow the recommended settings as well. Let’s take a look.

Google Camera For Xiaomi Mi Note 10

Just download and install the APK file. If it asks to enable the Unknown Sources option then you can do it, via device Settings – Security/Privacy.

Recommended Settings:

  • First of all, open the Google Camera app on your device and go to the app Settings.
  • Enable Google Photos and HDR+ enhanced mode.
  • Make sure to enable Video Stabilization as well.
  • Disable zoom in portrait mode.

These are some of the basic but required changes that you can adjust. Additionally, if you want to change any other option or levels in the settings, you can do it accordingly.

[note type=”note”] But keep in mind that if you’re facing any issues with any particular mode or setting or the app is crashing, then simply clear the app cache & delete data. Force stop it and re-launch again. [/note]

We hope that you’ve found this article helpful.

Subodh Gupta
Subodh Gupta
Subodh is from Kolkatta. He has been covering Windows, Apple and Android news and guides on RMG network

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