Strings of code also reveal that Google is working on Flash Intensity, a feature that would allow a Pixel user to customize the intensity of the flash. The code discovered is relatively straightforward and says, “flash_intensity_for_photo_modes,” and “flash_intensity_for_photo_modes_enabled.” However, with the Pixel’s celebrated Night Sight, which allows users to snap viewable photos under dark conditions without flash, Google might not have been in a hurry to offer this feature which can already be found on certain Android handsets.
Lastly, while sharing a photo using the Camera app is (excuse us) a snap, a new feature will bring that same ease to sharing videos to the following social media and messaging apps:
- Facebook Messenger
- Google Hangouts
- Google Messages
- Verizon Messages
Keep in mind that some or all of these features might never be added to the Google Camera app. And we don’t have a timeline on when to expect those that do get greenlit.
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