Google Pixel 8 tipped for big camera change — here’s your first look

Most of the Google Pixel 8 rumors we’ve seen so far have covered the upgraded specs and hardware we can expect for this year’s lineup. But the latest leak suggests big updates are headed for the Google Camera app as well, which could get its first big UI overhaul in years. Google’s already known for making some of the best camera phones out there, and these improvements could make it easier than ever to snap great pictures. 

Reliable Google leaker Kamila Wojciechowska at Android Authority, who cited an anonymous source inside Google, published screenshots giving us our first look at the revamped camera interface. Right off the bat, you’ll notice the menu carousel at the bottom of the screen has been replaced with two options: photo or video mode. A separate switch under the mode selection bar lets you toggle between the two. Once you choose whether you’re taking a photo or video, you’ll see the same carousel of mode options as before for each. The Motion tab has been shuffled around a bit as well, now split into Long Exposure and Action Pan for increased visibility. 

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