Google’s revolutionary Night Sight camera feature now available for Pixel phones

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Last month, during the Pixel 3 series launch, Google showcased a new nifty Google Assistant feature that was able to screen the incoming call and let the owner know who and what the objective of the call without having to answer the phone.

Although Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL miss out on features such as wireless charging and an improved processor, they still offer a fluid response across Android 9 Pie.


If you're only shopping for yourself or a loved one, then you'll have to wait until November 22nd to order a discounted Pixel 3 from Google.

Background: Google technically announced Night Sight during its October hardware event where it also introduced the latest additions to the Pixel line - the Pixel 3 and 3 XL.


On Cyber Monday, Google will host a different Pixel 3 promotion. But with Night Sight, the Pixel camera is able to intelligently make those dark, grainy, and crappy photos less dark, grainy, and crappy. You can enter "Night Sight" by tapping this suggestion or manually navigating to the mode. At which point the user can simply tap on the suggestion to launch the feature. Night Sight is using this same technology, so when you use it during the day you still get the noise reduction and resolution improvements. "All you need to do is press the shutter button".

Apple has the most popular camera in the world on the iPhone, while Google has what is generally regarded as the best camera on a smartphone.


So um, Google Night Sight is pretty mind-blowing. "Over the next few days, Night Sight will be coming to the front and rear cameras on all three generations of Pixel phones". The video actually uses the previously available pre-release version of the software - although the results are just as crazily impressive.

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