OnePlus 6 & OnePlus 6T get working Night Sight mode from Pixel 3

  • OnePlus 6 & OnePlus 6T get working Night Sight mode from Pixel 3

OnePlus 6 & OnePlus 6T get working Night Sight mode from Pixel 3

In other words, the issue was actually hindering performance... and yet you'd have to multiply that by an order of magnitude before it would even approach what many Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL users are experiencing. Now, a developer has managed to port the Google Camera with Night Sight and HDR+ to the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T as well, and the mode seems to work better than the stock camera's highlight feature Nightscape mode as well.

As for when Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL owners can expect the update to arrive on their phones, we unfortunately don't have an exact date just yet.

We've seen rare instances in which notifications don't come through when Pixel 3 is docked on Pixel Stand. However, the APK version is available for Pixel series users to get a taste of what the Night Sight mode brings.

Were you one of the lucky ones? Truth be said, pictures taken with Night Sight may look a bit unreal considering how much light they're able to pull out of the image, but that's actually what people prefer, as it's far better than having a picture which is underexposed. As you can see, it really brightens up the shot.

Switching between the regular 8-MP lens and the wide-angle version (and its smaller f/2.2 aperture) is as simple as pressing an on-screen minus button, as if you're zooming out (which, essentially, you are, only with a different lens).

Google doesn't limit the Pixel's smarts to just taking better photos. One of them, related to the camera, already has a fix.

Android 9 adopts gesture-based navigation in which you'll swipe your way to the Recents screen and the app drawer, and you can even drag the Home button to scrub through recent apps. For now at least, you'll need a Pixel 3 or 3 XL to take full advantage of the history feature.