Google's Pixel camera software has been made to work on other recent Android phones

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Google's Pixel camera software has been made to work on other recent Android phones

We’re big fans of the Google Pixel’s camera, which uses some complex software to take its fantastic images. A Ukrainian app developer has found a way to port that software to any device that uses a Snapdragon 820/821 or 835 processor, so users can take their own HDR+ pictures without the Google Pixel.

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