Spherical photos return to the Google Camera, but not to the Pixel 8

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What Google gives you, Google takes away. Version 9.1 of the Google Camera, released in the Google Pixel 8did not include the function of taking spherical photos for the latest Google phones and, what is worse, it also did disappear for some users with a previous Pixelwhere they already had it before.

Now, version 9.2 of the Google Camera corrects this injustice, according to reports from reddit, bringing back photo spheres to Pixel mobiles where it went before. That is, the Google Pixel 8 continues to run out of them.

Photo spheres are back

It seems unbelievable but the spherical photos of the Google camera They were released more than ten years ago. as a way to capture a place in 360 degrees. It is not something we do every day, but since Google eliminated the Street View application, the way to continue doing them on Android was precisely with the Google Camera application.

The surprise came with version 9.1 of Google Camera. There were no spherical photos on the Google Pixel 8 for some reason but, in addition, they also disappeared from Pixel 7 or Pixel 6, which did have this option before updating. It doesn’t seem to happen to everyone, but it does happen to some users, who They expressed their discontent on Reddit.


Now, spherical photos are returning to those who already had them before, that is, to the Pixel 7 and earlier that have updated to a recent version of the camera application. This means that owners of a Google Pixel 8 or Pixel 8 Pro are still left out of the party.

The google camera help page ruling that spherical photos are available from the Google Pixel 3 to the Google Pixel 7aso the Google Pixel 8 continues to be left out for reasons that are difficult to understand.

It seems that it is simply the disappearance of spherical photos for those who have a Pixel 7a or earlier It was a mistake and now it has been corrected in the new version of the Google camera application, but the function as such seems indeed abandoned. We’ll see if the AI ​​brings her back at some point.

Via | Android Authority

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