It's available on HTC 10 as well.
It's on my S8 as well
It works in my Xiaomi Mi note 3, which by the way is the best phone ever :D
LG Superfan, 11 Apr 2018Not related to instagram but why do phones need two cameras for portrait and how was google ab... moreIn order to do the bokeh effect, a camera needs to know the distance between the subject & the background. A single camera can't do that. With two cameras, the first camera focuses on the subject while the other camera focuses on the background, this gives it information on the distance between the two & that allows it to apply the blur effect to the background selectively while keeping the subject in focus.
As for how Google has done it with just one camera... They've done the entire process with software. They've made an advanced camera software which is able to carefully mark the subject & blur the background. As for why it's as good as dual-camera ones... well, Google's camera software is simply much better than others. That's also the reason why Google Pixel images turn out better than it's competitors even though the hardware itself is not as advanced as their's. I hope that explains it.
LG Superfan, 11 Apr 2018Not related to instagram but why do phones need two cameras for portrait and how was google ab... moreTypical smartphones follow how our eyes work; when both of your eyes are focusing on one object, the background blurs. But for Google, they rely A LOT, yes, I mean A LOT of work relied on the camera software. Basically they used their own machine learning "AI" to create the bokeh effect behind, which is very impressive since it is using only one camera, and yet it takes photos that are almost similar as high-end flagships that have dual cameras. It lies all into the camera software, if u got excellent camera software, u will get the type of results u see on Google smartphone cameras
working fine in galaxy s7
Work perfect in my Xperia XZ2 with front camare y back !!
It's nice to see Instagram being first to incorporate Google's now open source software from the Pixel 2, however I was hoping an independent developer might just create a standalone camera app... looks like iOS users with Instagram can now benefit from Google's technology without Apple using it.
Not related to instagram but why do phones need two cameras for portrait and how was google able to do it with single camera
Redmi note 5 pro :)
but it's a bit laggy :(
hope further updates will fix that :)
Can see it on Pixel 1st gen
Sony Xperia XZ and still cannot see it
Believe it or not I've never used this chit and never plan on doing it..
PS selfies are for insecure loosers!
It works on my Lg G6
Working on my Sony Xperia XZ Premium
sh1un1k, 11 Apr 2018I can see it on my Nokia 8 is nokia 8 is good
can see it on my HTC 10
@gsmarena I can see the focus mode on my Oneplus 5T.
I can see it on my Nokia 8