Pixel 2’s portrait mode now available on first-gen Pixel and Nexus 5X/6P


Pixel 2’s portrait mode is now available on first-gen Pixel and Nexus 5X/6P: After the Google Pixel 2 series have hit the market the android forums where flooding with mixed reviews from around the globe. Although many users have complained about many problems with the smartphone which includes hardware and software based issues. Many new issues were coming to the device every now and then, and this has been a big issue for the flagship device series from Google. But when it comes to the camera performance, users say together that they are impressed by it. And this had made the Google pixel as a smartphone with the best camera available on the market today.

The one feature which made the camera performance of Google Pixel 2 is without the doubt the portrait mode. First came with the iPhone 7 plus, the portrait mode has now come to many flagship devices from different manufacturers. But google pixel 2 has been more successful in delivering the portrait mode with the best performance. The googles algorithm and the dual camera set up is powerful enough to provide the best sharp portrait mode images for the users. But Google hasn’t provided this cool feature to other smartphone devices from them which came before Google Pixel 2. Including the Google pixel and the old Nexus 6X and 6P didn’t get access to the portrait mode yet.

Not the first-gen Google Pixel, as well as the Nexus 5X and 6P, can now access the Pixel 2’s portrait mode on their camera. Developer Charles is the guy who is behind this successful addition to portrait mode on these devices from Google.

The feature is coming out with the NX camera app version 7.3, which is the latest version of the camera app. The app and the feature have been tested successfully on Nexus 5X and is also reported to work perfectly on Nexus 6P and other Pixel devices.

Download Pixel 2’s portrait mode (Camera NX Mode)

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