Download Google Camera 8.9 for Motorola Edge 40 Neo

Even though the Moto Edge 40 Neo is a mid-range smartphone, it still boasts a great camera, thanks to Motorola for offering the same set of cameras available on the vanilla Edge 40 smartphone. The mid-ranger boasts two cameras on the back side, featuring a 50MP primary sensor, which performs well in daylight. The default camera app on Moto Edge 40 offers plenty of useful features while maintaining the stock-like UI. If you are looking for a better alternative, then you can download the Google Camera (GCam mod) on your Moto Edge 40 Neo.

Google Camera for Moto Edge 40 Neo [Best GCam 8.9]

Motorola Edge 40 Neo boasts a 50MP OmniVision OV50A sensor, which utilizes the 4-cell design (or the 4-in-1 pixel binning technology) to make high resolution photos. The second unit on the camera array is a 13MP ultra-wide-angle sensor. In terms of software, the device offers a familiar set of features as the Edge 40 and the Edge 40 Pro.

Moto Edge 40 Neo takes impressive photos with the main sensor in daylight. In low light, the device takes advantage of the Auto Night Vision feature. However, if you enjoy taking photos in ultra-wide-angle mode, you may not be satisfied with the results. To enhance the overall camera performance, consider installing the Google Camera app on your Moto Edge 40 Neo.

Developers have already ported the new Google Camera 8.9 for many Android phones including the recently released Moto Edge 40 Neo. The newest version of the GCam app offers a number of useful features including Night Sight, Astrophotography, SloMo, and more. Now let’s take a look at the steps on how to download and install the Google Camera app on Motorola Edge 40 Neo.

Download Google Camera for Moto Edge 40 Neo

Motorola Edge 40 Neo is a feature-rich smartphone and it also comes with the Camera2 API support out-of-the-box, which means you can easily install the third-party camera app on the smartphone, including the GCam mod port. Although, there are a number of GCam ports available on the web, but here are the three best working ports that you can use on your smartphone. The latest GCam 8.9 mod by BSG, GCam 8.7 by Arnova8G2, and GCam 7.3 by Urnyx05. Here are the download links.

Once you’ve downloaded the app on your smartphone, you need to make some changes to the app’s settings before start using it. Obviously, for better performance and results. In this section you can check the settings we recommend you to apply before start using the app.

  • Open GCam app on your smartphone > Settings > Mod Settings
    • Auxiliary camera > Aux Camera Back
    • Auxiliary camera > Manual set camera ID > Enable
    • Auxiliary camera > Manual set camera ID > Back Camera 1 set to 0
    • Auxiliary camera > Manual set camera ID > Back Camera 2 set to 2
    • Auxiliary camera > Manual set camera ID > Front Camera (main) to 1

You can also change more settings from advanced section available in developer settings page, not only this, but you can also change device model if you want.


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All done. Start capturing blazing and great photos directly from your Moto Edge 40 Neo.

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