At the same time, we are working internally to make sure ARCore integrates well with every model we certify to provide good experiences for users. The device is running the minimum Android version listed in table below If no version is listed, the device must be running Android 7. In addition to the ARCore supported devices list provided in the table below, you can download a detailed list of ARCore supported devices, which includes the following model-specific information:.
Device model codes as returned by adb shell getprop ro. The following table summarizes supported models by manufacturer, noting any model-specific restrictions. In China, devices do not ship with the Google Play Store. Support for specific features depends on the ARCore feature and the version of the device, as follows:. Cloud Anchors: Cloud Anchors are not supported on iOS devices that are older than the devices in the following list.
Augmented Faces: Augmented Faces may work on iOS devices that are older than the devices in the following list, but may not operate at the required frame rates for live AR use cases. Except as otherwise noted, the content of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4. For details, see the Google Developers Site Policies.
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As I mentioned at the start of this review, the G7 One is, for all intents and purposes, a stripped down version of the G7 ThinQ, a phone LG released earlier this year. The differences start with the G7 One dropping the mirror-like finish of the G7 in favour of a less extravagant matte finish.
Press it down once and Google Assistant will launch. Press it down twice and the camera will launch and jump straight into Google Lens mode. That said, even without being able to adjust how the phone handles colours, they look realistic and life-like. Like its sibling, by default the G7 One caps outs out at a brightness of nits.
A boost mode, accessible via the notification shade, pushes the display to its maximum 1, nits of brightness. With the G7 One, however, I found myself watching a lot of YouTube videos and the occasional Netflix movie and series.
During that day, I had the display brightness set to 50 percent throughout. One thing to note here is that even at 50 percent brightness, essentially nits, the G7 One is brighter than non-HDR10 compliant smartphones like the Pixel 3 and OnePlus 6. In absolute terms, however, the G7 One was outperformed by almost every other mid to high-end smartphone I tested this year.
Another less than stellar aspect of the G7 One, and where LG really tried to drive down cost, is that it features limited storage. At launch, the G7 One is only available with 32GB of internal storage. Instead, it features a single lens, forgoing the addition of a wide-angle lens. For some, a wide-angle lens, which allows one to capture more of a scene in a single shot, is one of the major reasons to buy a LG smartphone.
Instead, what it comes with is a bare-bones affair. To illustrate: the G7 One ships with a pixel binning feature that activates when light is limited. In theory, this functionality is supposed to help when taking photos at nighttime and in settings like dimly lit bars because the sensor is able to combine multiple pixels together to collect more light with each one.
However, the underlying software is generally solid. Colours, particularly skin tones, look pleasing and life-like. To start, like a lot of smartphone cameras, the G7 One has trouble properly adjusting white balance in indoor shooting situations. As a result, when taking photos indoors, most shots will come out either too warm or too cold. Another issue is that in attempting to properly expose low-light shots, the G7 One can sometimes lean too heavily on its optical image stabilization. In these situations, photos come out looking smudged.
Even with HDR activated, the G7 One has a tendency to blow out the brightest parts of a scene, leaving little detail in those areas of the photo.