Poco X3 NFC is another entry from budget-oriented Xiaomi’s Subbrand Poco. Talking about the camera, it uses a Sony IMX 682 sensor that uses the 4 to 1 “Pixel binning” tech to combine four 0.8-micron pixels into a 1.6-micron pixel. Overall, Poco X3 NFC is a good camera smartphone on a budget. But if you want to enhance it further, then you should try installing GCam on it. In this post, you will find the Best GCam for Poco X3 NFC.
Thanks to the developers, GCam is ported and available as an APK to install in any Android device, provided that, camera2api is enabled in that Android device. GCam uses the camera2api to get better control over the smartphone’s camera sensor and then apply its amazing Image processing algorithms to produce Sharp, detailed Images with Good dynamic range. Night sight, a feature introduced in Google camera v7, captures great photos in low light and hence, improves any Android’s device low light performance by a big margin.
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Download GCam APK for Poco X3 NFC
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- No Config File means GCam is pre-optimized.
|XML File (Config)
How to Install GCam on Poco X3 NFC
- GCam APK
- That’s it, Camera2api is already enabled in Poco X3 NFC, Install the GCam apk and use it.
- Make sure to install One GCam Application at a time.
To Apply the XML settings for GCam (If Given), Follow this Process:
- Go to File Manager and create a new folder in the root of your Internal Storage as:
- Copy and paste the XML files to the “Configs7” sub-folder
- Open GCam and double click on the empty space from the right or left of the shutter button
- Your XMLs should show up there, select one desired XML and click on “Restore”. If GCam restarts, it means that the config file has been loaded
Why use GCam?
HDR+ | Great Dynamic range
Google’s HDR+ is based on Image fusion technology which takes different images and then merges it into a single but more detailed image. It improves dynamic range and also gives better low light shots.
Portrait mode is now fairly common in every smartphone, but GCam clearly got the upper hand in Edge detection and natural blur.
The night is different than HDR+ in many ways. HDR+ gives better dynamic range, on the other hand, Night Sight gives better low light shots by lighting them up and removing noise. So far, Night Sight is the most powerful ability of GCam and is far better than Mi’s Camera.
It simply taking pictures of Night sky full of the star. It is a feature within Night mode.
- Motion Photos
- Lens Blur
- Photo Sphere
- Motion tracking