Xiaomi has released the Redmi Note 8 Pro handset in September 2019 features MediaTek Helio G90T SoC, Android 9.0 Pie over MIUI 10, up to 8GB RAM & 128GB internal storage, etc. The main highlighted feature of this device is its 64MP rear camera. It has a quad rear camera setup of a 64MP wide (f/1.9) lens, an 8MP ultra-wide (f/2.2) lens, a 2MP dedicated macro camera (f/2.4), a 2MP depth sensor (f/2.4).
While the front features a 20MP selfie camera with an f/2.0 aperture lens. Though the camera of Redmi Note 8 Pro offers PDAF, HDR, Panorama, Gyro-EIS, etc. The stock MIUI camera app doesn’t deliver that much better image results. If you’re the Redmi Note 8 Pro user and not satisfied with the camera results, then you can use Google Camera port easily. Check out the steps on How to Install Google Camera APK port on Redmi Note 8 Pro (Gcam).
Google Camera for Redmi Note 8 Pro
Google Camera is so much popular and widely used camera app for Android smartphones these days. It offers powerful software integration and optimization that delivers stunning images and videos. The night sight, portrait shots, autofocus, edge detection, lens blur, everything seems great. Redmi Note 8 Pro’s quad-camera setup will show its actual power when you will use the GCam app.
The Google Camera ported app features Portrait Mode, Google Lens, Lens Blur, HDR+ enhanced mode, PhotoSphere, RAW image file support, etc. Thanks to the wyroczen for porting the GCam APK file for Redmi Note 8 Pro device.
Please Note: This Google Camera version doesn’t have the Night Sight feature for the Redmi Note 8 Pro.
Steps to Install Google Camera APK port on Redmi Note 8 Pro
- First, you need to download the GCam APK file on your device.
- Head over to the Settings on your device > Security or Privacy > enable Unknown Sources option.
- Tap on the downloaded GCam APK file and tap on the Install button.
- The app will be installed on your phone.
- Now, follow the recommended settings in order to work the ported GCam app on your Redmi Note 8 Pro.
- Open the GCam app -> launch Settings > select Advanced.
- Tap on Fix -> RAW format -> select RAW_sensor.
- Set the final JPG quality to 100%.
- That’s it. Enjoy the Google Camera.
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