Google Camera for Moto Edge 50 Fusion: Do You Really Need It?

I tested the camera of the newly released Moto Edge 50 Fusion, and it performs well in both daylight and low-light conditions. However, I noticed a couple of issues while testing the Edge 50 Fusion’s camera: slight color oversaturation and the night mode not activating automatically in low-light situations.

If you want to fix these issues quickly or boost the camera performance a bit further, then you can sideload the Pixel Camera app aka GCam mod port on your Moto Edge 50 Fusion. Here you can download Google Camera for Moto Edge 50 Fusion.

Google Camera for Motorola Edge 50 Fusion

The camera is one of the centerpiece attractions of the mid-ranger, billing with a 50MP dual-lens camera module. The main camera on the Edge 50 Fusion is a 50MP Sony LYTIA LYT-700C, while the secondary camera is a 13MP ultra-wide-angle sensor. For selfies, there’s a 32MP snapper on the front.

Motorola’s new Edge 50 series brings in support for AI features. For photography, AI features include adaptive video stabilization, Photo Enhancement Engine, Auto Smile Capture, Gesture Capture, and Google Photos Auto Enhance. All these features work inside Motorola’s default camera app.

As I mentioned earlier, the phone captures nice and detailed photos. I compared the results of the stock camera app with the GCam mod, and in some cases, the results from the built-in camera app are similar or even better than the GCam port. But if you want to fix the over-sharpening and auto night mode issues, then you can download the latest port from the below section.

google camera for moto edge 50 fusion

Download Google Camera for Moto Edge 50 Fusion

Motorola Edge 50 Fusion supports Camera2 API out-of-the-box, which means you can easily install the GCam port on your device. I’ve tested several GCam ports on this smartphone. Below you can find two super smooth GCam ports for Edge 50 Fusion that include the latest GCam 9.1 mod. Here are the download links.

You can activate auto night sight on GCam from Photo Settings.

Once you have installed these GCam ports on your Motorola Edge 50 Fusion, you can start taking photos. Yes, there’s no need to do much configuration, but still, you can play with the settings as per your needs. Start capturing blazing and great photos.

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