Nokia Camera App Update Includes Google Lens, Motion Photos, And More [APK DOWNLOAD]

    Nokia Camera application is the second most popular camera app after Google Pixel camera app. The application helps enhance photos using software processing rather than solely relying on hardware. Well, the application recently received an update that adds various new features making the app more helpful.

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    Nokia Camera App: Google Lens And Google Motion 

    The major highlight of the new update includes the integration of Google Lens and Google Motion within the camera application. Well, Google Lens helps you to get relatable information based on the object you point your smartphone’s camera. Earlier users had to trigger Google Assitant in order to use Google Lens, but the new Nokia camera app eliminates the need to do so.

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    Next nifty feature is the integration of Google Motion Photos within the Nokia camera application. Well, using Google Motion Photos users will see images accompanied with a couple of seconds of motion. It is similar to live photos on iOS. Lastly, users can easily convert this image file to a video or GIF.

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    Nokia Camera App: Supported Devices And New Features

    Nokia Camera App now comes with a redesigned UI, including an updated carousel design that makes it easier to switch between the various modes. The application supports AI stickers for both front and rear cameras. There is a new beauty mode icon in the menu and the Pro mode can be invoked by swiping up from any mode.

    Nokia Camera

    According to HMD, this Camera update was only for Nokia 6.1, Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 8 Sirocco. The new app isn’t compatible with Nokia 1 and Nokia 2. That said, you can install the Nokia Camera App on any smartphone (if compatible) from APK Mirror.



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