Major Google Pixel 4 camera feature now landing on older models

Ceria Alfonso
Noviembre 8, 2019

On top of the ire over the absconding update, the original poster in the forum received a reply from Google saying, "you'll get it when you get it".

Just as the new Rules feature eventually became available to various Pixel phones about a month later, so it is with the ramping ringer, with many reports coming in from OG Pixel, Pixel 2, Pixel 3, Pixel 3a, and Pixel 4 owners.

The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are priced at £669 and £829 respectively at the Google store, and if that $200 discount translates to a direct GBP equivalent, we're looking at around £156 off. As the name suggests, this camera mode is optimised for taking photos of the night sky which has been a hard feat for phone cameras. Though note that you'll need to head away from the bright lights of cities and keep the phone steady to properly make use of astrophotography.

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While astrophotography is the headline feature of the Google Camera 7.2 update, other changes include tweaks to the interface, and a Social Share option for quickly sharing shots.

Google introduced its new astrophotography mode along with the Pixel 4 last month.

Google had also previously said it would stop releasing supported Android updates for first generation Pixels after Android Pie, but in March the company said it would extend support through Android Q. Rather, it's a feature that will automatically be activated when appropriate while using Night Sight mode.

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