Google Camera for Galaxy A53 5G (Best GCam) – Download
Samsung announced a new mid-range smartphone, the Galaxy A53 5G, a few weeks ago. The predecessors, the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A52s 5G were among the best-selling A-series phones of last year.
And the new model appears to follow the same pattern. The Galaxy A53 retains the same minimal quad camera design as its predecessors. Along with the three other sensors, it has a 64MP main sensor. On the software front, it has a new default camera app based on One UI 4.1 that takes decent pictures; you can also sideload the GCam port. Google Camera for Samsung Galaxy A53 can be downloaded from this page.[quads id=2]
Google Camera for Samsung Galaxy A53 [Best GCam]
On the back, the Samsung Galaxy A53 features a quad-camera setup with a 64MP primary camera sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 5MP macro camera, and a 5MP depth sensor.
es, this is the same setup we saw on the Galaxy A52s 5G from last year. Despite having the same camera setup, it captures better images thanks to AI and new features. The camera app on the Galaxy A53 includes features such as Enhanced Portrait Mode, VDIS technology, Pro Mode, Scene Optimizer, and others. If you want to do Astrophotography or take better low-light shots, you can use the Google Camera app, also known as GCam.
The Pixel 5’s Google Camera – Gcam 7.4 is compatible with the Galaxy A53 5G. You can use it on your smartphone, yes. In terms of features, the GCam 7.4 port adds Night Sight photography, low-light Astrophotography, HDR+ Enhanced mode, Slo-mo video, Beauty Mode, Lens Blur, RAW support, and more. If you own a Galaxy A53 5G and are looking for a GCam port, you can select one from the list below.
Let’s see how to download and install Google Camera on your Galaxy A53 5G.
Download Google Camera for Samsung Galaxy A53
Because Camera2 API support is available out-of-the-box on the Samsung Galaxy A53, users can easily sideload the Google Camera app. We discovered one GCam mod port that works with the new Galaxy A53 5G after some research. We’ve included a link to the ported app – GCam 7.4 by Zoran – below. The download links are provided below.
- Download Google Camera for Samsung Galaxy A53 (ZGCAM 7.4 V1.03387.apk) [Recommended]
Before proceeding, make sure to apply some additional settings for optimal performance. Also, if you have an older version of the GCam app installed, remove it. Let’s take a look at the options now.
For ZGCAM 7.4 V1.03387.apk
- Open the app, and grant the required permissions, once done, swipe down and tap on the gear icon to open Settings.
- From Settings, tap on Global settings:
- enable Optical Video stabilization
- Go back to Settings, now tap Advanced from General Settings:
- enable HDR+ control
- RAW+JPEG control
- Now reopen the GCam app and swipe down on the home screen of the app, now enable HDR+ enhanced, Google AWB, and set the image quality to high.
You can also enable the mods by going to the about section of the Settings menu for this port and selecting the appropriate option there.
The Step-by-Step Guide to Installing Google Camera on Your Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
- First, download the app from the above-listed links.
- After downloading, head over to the settings then enable the Unkown Sources.
- Now Install the Google Camera.
- Once done, open the app and allow the app permissions if needed.
- That’s it.
All done. You can immediately begin taking stunning and blazingly fast photos using the Galaxy A53. Once it becomes available to us, we will integrate the most recent and improved version of GCam.
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