- Google Camera application is required to get an update that allows you to catch the night sky moving.
- An unreleased rendition of the application shows a component named Astro time-pass.
- The component is required to make a big appearance on June 7 close by a month-to-month security fix.
Google may before long present another camera highlight called Astro time-pass, which could permit clients to catch the night sky moving. The new element is relied upon to drop on June 7 close by the June 2021 security fix update.
The normal Astro time-pass include was spotted by people at XDA Developers after Google delivered another report on the Pixel Tips application, an application that has instructional exercises about new Pixel highlights. The report says that Google may deliver its Pixel Feature Drop update on June 7 with a significant camera update.
The element was spotted by XDA on decompiling an unreleased form of the Pixel Tips application. On the off chance that you introduce the Google Camera application rendition 8.2.3 or higher (the most recent publically accessible is 8.2.204), at that point you should see the “CameraAstroTimelapse” tip in the Pixel Tips application. Passing by the name, the element should allow you to catch the night sky in time-pass. The Google Camera application can almost certainly make an astrophotography effort after a particular time two or three hours to catch a period slip by (a moving shot in quick movement) of stars moving. Concerning now, the Google Camera application just allows you to catch a solitary image of the night sky permitting a limit of 4 minutes of openness.
Cell phone cameras have time-slip by for a long while now, and astrophotography has likewise gotten up to speed lately on top-of-the-line telephones. Having a blend of both will be a welcome element to have as photographic artists needed to depend on proficient cameras and altering programming to catch the night sky moving.
Note that the APK teardown can give a clue about which highlights to expect, yet it is conceivable that the element probably won’t be accessible on the last fabric that is delivered for people in general. Since the decompilation is done on an unreleased rendition, it is conceivable that the organization may pull the component in the last form.