How to Optimize Your Smartphone’s Camera, Camera Lens, and Battery
Posted On July 10, 2021
Google has released a new update to its Android phone operating system, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which has been optimized for low-light photography.
The update introduces a new feature called “Optimized” which allows users to quickly and easily customize the way they view images in photos.
In order to do so, users can now customize how the camera and lens look and perform when the user is not in the foreground.
Optimization is enabled by a new toggle on the device settings menu called “Enable Optimization”.
It is activated by pressing and holding the “Home” button for at least five seconds.
This toggle is activated when the phone is turned on, which means the phone will automatically turn off any other apps or other elements that might interfere with the phone’s performance.
Optimize is enabled automatically on devices that are running Android 6 and above.
The only difference is that Android 6 Marshmallow also includes a new camera control feature called the “Pixel” that will make it possible to manually control the Pixel’s image capture settings when in the background.
The Pixel camera control option has two major benefits:It allows you to control the settings of the Pixel camera and Pixel Lens, as well as the camera itself, which will give you better control over the image quality and the performance.
Google has also made it easier for users to customize their phone’s camera settings, including adjusting the camera’s exposure time and ISO sensitivity.
Optimal Settings on Android 6 are not yet available in the United States, but Google will soon include them in the Google app on the Google Play Store.
Google said the Pixel Lens is optimized for a wide range of use, and will allow users to set its exposure time to achieve the best results.
Google also recently released the Pixel C, a cheaper Android phone that is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 chip, with a similar camera to the Pixel.