“GCam” is a common abbreviation for “Google Camera,” which is Google’s camera programme for their Android operating system. It is intended to deliver a high-quality camera experience for Android devices, and it is frequently acclaimed for its powerful photography and image processing skills.
Google Camera often contains additions such as HDR+ (High Dynamic Range Plus), Portrait Mode, Night Sight (for low-light photography), and other features aimed at improving the quality of images shot using Android handsets.
What differentiates GCam are its image processing algorithms, which may often outperform the default camera programmes offered by device manufacturers. It’s especially popular among smartphone and photography aficionados looking to improve their mobile photography experience.
It’s worth noting that GCam is only available on Google Pixel smartphones, although it can be adapted or customised to function on other Android devices based on community support and compatibility. Because of variations in hardware and software setups, these ports are frequently unofficial and may not operate fully on all non-Pixel devices.
To use GCam on a non-Pixel device, users must frequently discover a compatible port that is particular to their smartphone model and Android version. These ports are frequently discussed in Android-specific online groups and forums.