Download Google Camera 9.1 for Poco X6 Neo

Xiaomi’s sister-brand Poco recently added a new phone to its X-series. The latest addition is dubbed the Poco X6 Neo. One of the key highlights of the newest model is the 108MP primary camera sensor, fortunately, the device captures overall good photos. However, the color balance isn’t to the point. So, if you are looking for a third-party camera app, then here you can download Google Camera for Poco X6 Neo.

Poco X6 Neo is the rebranded smartphone, launched globally as Redmi Note 13R Pro or Redmi 13 in China. The smartphone’s camera system has two sensors – a 108MP Samsung ISOCELL HM6 sensor, seen on Realme 10, Realme 11 series, Xiaomi 12T, and some other phones. Accompanying this is a secondary 2MP depth sensor to complete the setup.

In terms of performance, the phone captures capable photos in both daylight and low light. As I said earlier, the color balance isn’t great, which can result in a bit of muted colors in certain shots. On the software side, the phone has a familiar camera app seen on many recent Poco and Xiaomi phones.

Pixel Camera app or Google Camera (GCam) mod works great with Xiaomi and Poco phones and the same can be said for the Poco X6 Neo. The latest version of the app – Google Camera 9.1 supports features like Night Sight mode, Astrophotography, SloMo, HDR Enhanced, RAW support, Google Lens, and more.

Now let’s take a look at the steps on how to download and install the Google Camera app on Poco X6 Neo.

Download Google Camera for Poco X6 Neo

Poco X6 Neo like other X6 series phones boasts a bunch of useful features including Camera2 API. Below we attach two GCam ports and you’ll be glad to know that both ports work fine on the new phones. Here are the download links.

Note: Before Installing the new Gcam Mod ported app, make sure to delete the older version (if you’ve installed). This is not a stable version of Google Camera, so it may have some bugs.

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Once you installed these GCam ports on your Poco X6 Neo, you can start taking photos. Yes, there’s no need to do much configuration. Start capturing blazing and great photos.

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