With the Pixel phones, the company is hoping to tap into the “camera magic” that’s been found in other devices like the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.
The Pixel phones are powered by Google’s own Pixel camera, but with a bigger sensor and better optics, Google is also hoping to capture more of the image, with better noise reduction and low-light performance.
But what about the video?
Well, Google says its Pixel cameras aren’t limited to just videos.
The company has also said that its Pixel phones will have the ability to record 4K video and a lot more.
So how does Google plan to do this?
Google has released a video explaining the concept.
We’ll let you know if it makes sense to you.
The video starts off by explaining how Google plans to use the Pixel cameras in different scenarios.
For instance, it says that the Pixel camera could be used to record video for a commercial or a video interview.
Or maybe you want your phone to be able to record an event and then post it on Facebook or Twitter.
And finally, Google’s going to use Google’s Pixel cameras to create a special photo gallery.
You’ll be able take photos with the camera, which can be used in an Instagram photo, a Flickr photo, or a Snapchat photo.
Google has also stated that the cameras won’t only capture video.
It also says that it will be able “to record 4k video.”
So when you’re recording video, there are a lot of possibilities here.
In the video, Google also talks about the camera’s new technology and how the Pixel will “become a truly versatile tool.”
That means that Google is promising that the camera will be capable of capturing different types of video, including stills, videos, and stills from a wide range of angles, even from a distance.
Google’s video ends with Google promising that “every Pixel will be the best camera ever.”
So what do you think about Google’s plans?
Let us know in the comments below.