During the presentation of Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, the Mountain View giant had shown the great photographic qualities of the new sensors which, as we now know, rely on the incredible software capability that lies behind the Google camera.
Some third-party developers immediately got to work and managed to port the Google Pixel 6 camera to other smartphones, available immediately by downloading the 8.3 version of the GCam via the link at the bottom of the news.
Download – Direct Link (8.3.252_V0e_MGC)
Download the latest MGC_8.3 version from here
From what we learned from the information available online, version 8.3 of the Google camera, the build of which refers to the version available in the beta 4 of Android 12, is currently available for the majority of smartphones equipped with Android 9, Android 10, Android 11 and obviously Android 12.
New design aside, GCam version 8.3 offers numerous improvements and features that should be available for most smartphones on the market, with a few small exceptions. Installing the 8.3 version of GCam is quite simple, especially if you have already done so:
- Make sure your smartphone is equipped with Android 9 or higher;
- Enable installation from unknown sources;
- Download the build compatible with your smartphone;
- Install the APK.