Let's say you want to compare two smartphones from two different brands, and are particularly interested in the photographic sector, the first thing you would do would be to compare the technical data sheets released by the manufacturers. Unfortunately, these data are often limited and are concerned only with communicating the main characteristics.
Let's say you want to know if a certain feature of your device's camera is compatible with a third-party camera app, such as the bokeh effect, how do you do it? The only option so far was to download the app of your interest and test it, but it is not feasible if you are considering a smartphone for purchase.
This is where the developer Zacharee1 comes to your rescue who, directly from the forges of XDA, has created the CameraX Info app: the app hosts a database with the data of the cameras of different Android devices, made by various brands and focuses on overall capabilities. The application takes care to list all the CameraX and Camera2 extensions (and other features) supported by the smartphone's cameras, the database is also available online and users are able to browse, upload or download camera data from different devices. Anonymously.
- View Camera2 extension support.
- View CameraX extension support.
- View the detected logical and physical cameras and their basic specifications.
- Upload your camera data anonymously.
- View camera data anonymously.
- View ARCore support.
Written by Matteo with love from Italy