The Google Camera app for a Google Pixel 3 has been ported to a Xiaomi Mi 5 and a Essential phone, finish with operative Night Sight mode. XDA forum member Arnova8G2 expelled a unaccepted port (via XDA) late final week, usually a few days after it was done accessible on the original Pixel and Pixel 2.
Night Sight is a Pixel 3 Google Camera underline that provides higher sharpened in low-light and brightens adult scenes that might differently be hidden in dim (it works impossibly well).
The pier does come with a few tiny issues, though. Burst mode is damaged in a port, and lens fuzz doesn’t work with a front camera. The app is differently entirely functional.
XDA does note that a peculiarity is softened though stays defective to a Pixel 3 experience, though this can be pronounced of a Mi 5 and Essential Phone cameras in general. Since a Essential Phone’s camera was maligned during launch I’m certain any of a owners will be gratified to try opposite options, even if it’s usually effective in a dark.
Meanwhile, Arnova8G2 is apparently operative on bringing Night Sight mode to a OnePlus 6 too, and presumably a 6T following a launch after today. We’ll keep we posted on developments per that — currently, a pier is accessible though Night Side doesn’t work yet.
For now, if you’ve got a Mi 5 or Essential Phone and wish to check this out, download a tweaked Google Camera APK here.