How to improve the quality of photos on Galaxy A70

Welcome to the home of the best How-to guides for your Samsung Galaxy needs. In today’s article, we will go over how to improve the quality of photos on the Samsung Galaxy A70, and how to download Google Camera for Galaxy A70.

Few have heard that Snapdragon-based smartphones have a significant advantage over others. It is compatible with the Google camera, which the devices based on Exynos or any other chipset cannot boast of. Samsung Galaxy A70 is just running on a Snapdragon 675 processor, and its users can improve the quality of their pictures using another application besides the standard one.

Google camera, as the practice has shown, has the best algorithms for shooting at night, when conditions are not far from the best. During the day, you may not notice the difference, although on some models the photos that were taken with the help of a third-party solution seem more detailed. You can install the Camera from Google to compare the quality of the images yourself.

Keep in mind that there is NO camera version specifically for the Samsung Galaxy A70, which means that not all of its functions can work correctly or work at all. The fact is that the manufacturer has established restrictions on access to the necessary API Camera2.

How to install Google Camera on Samsung Galaxy A70?

The installation process does not require additional rights, the application is installed like any other. The only point is that you need to allow installation from unknown sources.

  1. Download the Google Camera APK for this link.
  2. When it is in the memory of your smartphone, tap on the notification in the panel above and perform the installation, agreeing with the risks that are possible due to the fact that the program is not from the Google Play Market.
  3. Wait a few seconds, and then open a new “camera” and give access to all the necessary areas of the device. These are all the permissions that are required for the normal operation of any other application for shooting.

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