Shooting high-resolution videos is something you can do on quite a few smartphones, with 4K and even 8K being available on many flagship phones – that’s not the case for front-facing cameras though, where 1080p is generally the highest resolution (a quarter of that of 4K). For the Google Pixel 6, though, that might not be the case.
This comes because a new version of the Google Camera app has been launched and 9to5Google dug through the code to find any interesting points of note. As the title of this article suggests, the Pixel 6 gets featured.
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