+ Saturday January 18th, 2020

The recent leak of the Google Camera app with the unreleased Night Sight feature announced at the Made by Google event earlier this month has shown results that are nothing short of amazing. While it’s been confirmed working on all three generations of Pixel phones, it’s also working on several Nokia phones.

A pair of modified APK via XDA-Developers has been tested by the team at NokiaPowerUser on the Nokia 6.1, 6.1 Plus, Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 8 ‘Sirocco’. The app is crashing a little bit, though this can be somewhat offset by disabling motion in the top menu bar.

We’ve tried out the modified APK for the Nokia 7 Plus on the Android Pie Beta and it’s working quite well. We did note that the Nokia 7 Plus lacks some of the stabilisation of the Pixel 3 we’ve been using it on previously so if you do use it a tripod (or a very steady hand) is recommended). But, as you can see here it’s working quite well.

There are two APKs that have been used for this, the first is the original APK via XDA-Developers which is hosted on AndroidFileHost here, or there’s a second file that was modified for Xiaomi Mi phones which is hosted on Microsoft OneDrive here.

Via: NokiaPowerUser.

Daniel Tyson  

Daniel Tyson

Daniel is a former editor of Ausdroid, and left in February 2019.

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Tim
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Tim

Doesn’t work on my MI6…

Shrinidh
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Shrinidh

The Xiaomi version is working on Nokia 8. 🙂

Paul
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Paul

I just got a package installer error when I tried it on my Nokia 8

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