Google always reserves some surprise for the phones in the Pixel line, the quality of being new in the software section that take advantage of their phones before anyone else. A novelty that is not usually too exclusive in Android territory and news can run from one phone to another in the form of ports or adaptations of different applications.
The last one, and possibly the most outstanding, was the one that arrived aboard the Pixel 3: its Night time photography mode. Google called it Night Sight and it became a sensation for its results. Recently, Night Sight was ported for LG mobiles, and now it has happened again but for some of the Huawei catalog.
The port in this case corresponds to the developer Arnova8G2, and has been published in the forums of XDA Developers, the most important Android development community. As in the case of the LG, it is the camera application that Google adheres to its Pixel, specifically to the Pixel 3, and that it arrives pertinently modified to be able to run on some Huawei models.
Huawei models with the new night photography mode
The concrete models are the Huawei Mate 10 and the Mate 10 Pro, both landed at the end of 2017, and the Honor Play, from the Huawei twin brand, which in this case did arrive in 2018. The Honor Play was the first bet of Honor for the mobile gaming market, and now you will be able to take night time Pixel style pictures thanks to the port of the official Google camera app.
In principle, this modified app should be able to run on any phone with the Kirin 970, but for now it has only been certified in the three models mentioned. It seems that it still does not work well in the Mate 10 Pro with Android Pie, so we expect a correction as soon as possible. The Huawei P20 and P20 Pro are not compatible for now.
Source: Android Authority
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