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Pixel Visual Core for third-party apps finally activated in February 5 Android update

Instagram, Snapchat and WhatsApp are simply a few of the apps that will have the ability to handle the computational photographic power of the Pixel Visual Core in the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.

pixel visual core for third party apps finally activated in february 5 android update - Pixel Visual Core for third-party apps finally activated in February 5 Android update

The Intel-made co-processor was currently being used to make HDR+, software-generated bokeh and other such functions possible on the native cam app of the brand-new Pixel phones. It was revealed in late November that third-party apps would have the ability to use the Pixel Visual Core for much better sound and color processing and, with the February Android security publication, it’s now possible.

Other enhancements noted in the Pixel/Nexus Security Publication– besides the Visual Core activation which is not noted in it — consist of enhanced total cam efficiency, much better battery life on the Pixel 2 XL and much better quality connections to Telus.

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