In this Android tutorial, we are going to tell you how to install Google Camera Port on Razer Phone 2. Razer Phone 2 just got released last month with an obvious set of beastly hardware. The company is definitely aiming the gaming community that’s why they put a lot of efforts on display and audio. The 120 Hz display screen simply gives out of the world gaming experience. That awesome screen coupled with stereo speakers ensures the ultimate gaming experience. However, all this gaming-centric hardware comes at the expense of a bulky design and not so good camera experience.
Nowadays, more or less every flagship has an equally powerful camera lens than why the picture quality is different for all of them. The answer is simple – Software. Google Pixel 3 produces images as good as the phone with three or even four camera lens setup. It’s because of the software, Google has optimized its software so good that they don’t need triple or quad camera lens setup. Same was the case with Razer Phone its camera was not that bad but it lacked the punch due to the buggy software. Despite, many updates rolled out by Razer the camera quality didn’t improve. The Razer Phone 2 has a much better camera software but still its way behind the software capabilities of Google Camera App.
Therefore, if you further want to improve the camera quality of Razer Phone 2 then go on and download Google Camera Port for Razer Phone 2 from the below guide. Also, heed the instructions given below to install Google Port on Razer Phone 2.
How to Install Google Camera Port on Razer Phone 2
To achieve this on the Razer Phone 2, you’ll want to hit the link down below and grab the latest (as of writing this) Google Camera port for the Xiaomii Mi 8 by B-S-G.
- Download Google Camera Port for Razer Phone 2.
- Copy the downloaded APK to your Android device.
- To install APK files from other sources you will have to go to Setting >> Security >> Allow Unknown Sources. Once you check this option you will be able to install the files.
- Tap the downloaded APK to initiate the installation process
- That’s it! Your stock Razer Phone 2 Camera app is replaced by Google Camera App.