The camera application in Android 8.0 supports video zoom while shooting and brings other enhancements

Google has added a number of improvements to the Android 8.0 application, known as Android or Android, where changes can be seen in the third trial.

Google has improved the main camera interface so that it appears as an icon to indicate the current shooting mode. Previously, an icon was available to change the camera, but now the normal camera or camcorder icon appears as desired.

In addition, touching the screen from right to left, or vice versa, will in turn lead to instantaneous switching; the user will be able to record video or take pictures by touching the screen from one direction to another, a feature that existed previously. The new interfaces make them more visible.

Google has also changed the image magnification mechanism during video recording. Users in previous versions need to touch the screen with two fingers. But starting with Android 8.0, you can touch the screen twice to zoom the scene by 50%, and twice to restore the image to normal size.

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