Google’s Pixel 5 flagship smartphone was unveiled earlier this week at its virtual “Launch Night In” event , which also introduced the Pixel 4A 5G , a new Chromecast and Nest Audio, a new smart speaker that will replace the Google Home. Among the new flagship phone’s specs and features announced at the event are some pretty big changes to its camera setup: The first is a new ultrawide-angle camera, good for photographing groups of people and indoor scenes. Google dropped the telephoto camera that its predecessor offered for capturing distant subjects, a move Apple also made last year in its iPhone 11 . The second camera feature Google unveiled at its Pixel 5 event is the marriage of Night Sight with its portrait mode, for blurring the background details in photos taken in low-light environments. Google led the way for low-light and nighttime photography with its Night Sight feature, so this development is a logical next step for the company. “It allows subjects to stand out even in low light,” said Pixel product manager Soniya Jobanputra. Power up your Android Get the latest news, how-to and reviews on Google-powered devices in CNET’s Google Report newsletter. An ultrawide camera also… Read full this story
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