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Lack little to the fortunate ones who have decided to buy to receive their Pixel 2 XL (unfortunately in Spain they do not sell the small) and can enjoy the virtues and defects of the terminal. Google, before taking these phones to the light, has been working on a lot of hardware and software features.
yes, not all of them ended up being implemented in the Pixel 2, whatever the reason. One of them has to do with a gesture that allowed, simply picking up the phone, run the camera application to take a picture instantly.
One of the points in which include the Pixel 2 (if not more) is in the camera, where he has returned to set the bar very high. But Google was about to include a simple gesture that launched the camera app when you lift the phone being locked and get you in position to take a picture (either horizontal or vertical).
In XDA have discovered some lines of code that Google made comments about how it would work this feature. And even they had advanced so much that there was a settings section for this function accompanied by a video demonstration. In addition, at the start of the code, you can see how they sought to limit the Pixel (perhaps two generations).
The code is still present, such as discussed on XDA, in the Developer Preview 1 Android 8.1 Oreo, but Google has disabled, you may not be finished at all, or for any incompatibility. We must be attentive to the siguiendes Developer Preview, but we cannot rule out yet that this feature can bring in your final version.
Via | 9to5GoogleIn Xataka Android | The Nexus 5X and 6P may already have the camera’s unique features Pixel 2
The news Google was about to implement a gesture to the camera of the Pixel 2, and you may still not be too late was originally published in Xataka Android by Santiago Luque .
November 6, 2017
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