One of the most trusted sources revealed information yesterday that the new camera update hits the Google Camera app which was version 8.5, and the new feature arrived at the most awaited phones i.e. Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.
The possibility that Google may use the same camera that was present in Pixel 6 Pro:
For the user who is not aware of the info that Pixel 6 Pro is already packed with 4k videography and photography features powered by an 11.1MP unit, it’s not new for 6 Pro users as we saw the same in the existing series.
As the same 4k video feature was lacking in Pixel 6 which only supports 1080p from the selfie camera with its 8 MP sensor, So moreover this is not something that is very new added to the device. But still, we hope for the best as the major role played by the hardware in use i.e. second-generation Tensor chip.
The information comes from 9to5google.com which is one the most trusted source, as they are somehow able to manage the things by the process called decompilation where they deep dive into the code and get the info out of it from the latest version of an application that Google uploaded to the Play Store, in which they found a certain line of code that hint possible future feature.
Furthermore, as of now, there is information about the framerate limit for recording 4k footage from the selfie camera but if the sensor would be of Pixel 6 Pro then it could remain at 30FPS unless Google decides to step things up.
While Pixel tablet will lack some camera features:
Reports suggested that the Camera APK for 4k video recording at 60FPS will be missing in the Pixel tablet, certainly, the news will definitely hurt many users waiting eagerly for the device especially when the tablet does not come with the rumored hybrid display, also along with potentially missing out on 4K videos altogether you can also forget certain Pixel-exclusive features, including Audio Zoom, Slow Motion videos, and Action Pan photos. This limitation could suggest that Google is aiming towards entry or budgeted level pricing for its upcoming slate.
While Google confirmed that the Pixel Tablet would be powered by its homegrown Tensor processor, not sure which one. It could be the same one found in the Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 6a, or maybe the newer version that will live inside the Pixel 7. Or maybe it’ll be a tablet-specific variant.
Now take a deep breath as that’s it till now and fortunately, before their official release somehow in Q4 2022 we will keep updating you on these two.