Do you want to find out about the Google Pixel 4 Camera Night Sight and Telephoto? Here is the thing, when the first Google Pixel smartphone was released in 2016, Google focused on the quality of the camera software to rival other phones. Turns out, Google indeed succeeds in impressing users with the Pixel cameras along with features such as Night Sight and Super Res Zoom. With other smartphones are catching up to Google, Google is still staying with a single rear camera. That is, of course, before the appearance of Google Pixel 4. Google confirmed that Google Pixel 4 will have two rear cameras instead of one. Not only that but there will also be a telephoto lens on Google Pixel 4.
When you finally get your hands on Google Pixel 4, you will notice that there are several changes to the internal code-name for Super Res Zoom. There is a new code-name “Sabre_Unzoomed_Telephoto”. This kind of thing leads to the new camera feature of Google which is sensor IDs. The list of the sensor includes the rear logical sensor, rear telephoto sensor, rear regular sensor, front logical sensor, front wide sensor, front regular sensor, and front IR sensor. If Google Pixel 4 featured all these sensor IDs, that means Google PIxel 4 can support the non-digital zoom. However, you cannot estimate the level of optical zoom without you know the focal length of the primary and telephoto sensors. Will Google Pixel 4 Camera Night Sight and Telephoto can compete with OPPO Reno 10X Zoom or with Huawei P30 Pro? Let’s wait and see, shall we?
Google Pixel 4 Night Sight Improvement
Not only sensor IDs, but there are also several changes in the Night Sight feature even though there is not yet any exact explanation of the improvements. There are parameters which mention such as “sky segmentation”, “cuttlefish” for the code-name of Night Sight, “getOptimize_sky”, and also “setSky_segmentation_gpu”. All of these surely make us wonder what Google has done to the Night Sight algorithm which is related to the sky. However, still, we do not know yet the result of all of those changes. With that being said, we cannot exactly do anything to get to know what will Google put in the Google Pixel 4 Camera Night Sight and Telephoto until we get our hands on it later on October 24th, 2019.