The trending Samsung Galaxy S10 has a very good rear camera setup. Though the primary camera is still 12MP which is in the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy Note 9, there have been many improvements on it to cover dynamic range and on sharpness. With all these improvements done by Samsung its camera is still not as good as the Pixel camera. If you are using the Galaxy S10 you can use the Google Camera application to improve the picture quality you take with the S10.
Smartphone users are now using a modded Google Camera application to add quality to their pictures. Using Google modded camera application on Samsung Galaxy S10 will guarantee a good improvement on the color, contrast, dynamic range, and sharpness when compared to pictures captured by your normal phone camera app. You can easily notice the difference in the selfies because the pictures snapped with normal S10 camera is always soft.
Another value modded Google camera app will add to your Galaxy S10 is the viral Night Sight mode. The Galaxy S10 did not have the Night Sight-like mode in them.
Now let us put you through on how to install Google Modded Camera on S10, S10e, and S10+.
How Can I Install Modded Google Camera On My Galaxy S10?
Download the modded GCam APK on your Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, or Galaxy S10+. This is for those that are using the Snapdragon variant of the Samsung Galaxy 10. In addition to the support for the main 12MP shooter, this version also improves the ultra-wide angle shooter. For those using Exynos-powered Galaxy S10, you have to download all the 3 modded APKs and have it installed. You will have 3 different modded GCam versions installed on your Samsung Galaxy S10. Each one of them has separate settings depending on what you want to capture, shoot pictures using the relevant application. You should know that the Exynos variant is not so stable and has many problems for now so don’t be surprised.
In addition, those that are using the Snapdragon variant of Galaxy S10 will also have to download an XML file which packs some alterations related to their phone here. Then transfer the XML file to the /GCam/Configs folder in the internal storage of your Samsung Galaxy 10. You will have to create the folder manually.
Install the downloaded APK the way you will sideload every other application on your Samsung Galaxy S10. This using Snapdragon Galaxy S10 will then have to import the XML file into Google Camera. To get this done, double click the area under your shutter button to reveal the importer. Then choose the config file from the list that appears.
After you have done all these, you can now use the Google Camera on your Galaxy S10 to snap. You will only notice the big difference when you are snapping low-light shots. Also, the Snapdragon-powered Samsung Galaxy S10 will have a better experience than the one powered by Exynos. This is because Exynos powered Galaxy S10 will run into stability problems and fewer quality pictures.
In addition, the Google camera will not be as fast as the stock Samsung Camera. It might even crash frequently and not all the modes will work normally. The best thing is to use it for point and shoot and use the stock Samsung camera app for others.