OnePlus 6 & OnePlus 6T get working Night Sight mode from Pixel 3

Google issues statement about RAM management issues on the Pixel 3 - news

Google issues statement about RAM management issues on the Pixel 3 - news

In other words, the issue was actually hindering performance... and yet you'd have to multiply that by an order of magnitude before it would even approach what many Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL users are experiencing.

It looks like on a Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL, if you fire up the camera and take a couple of stills, several things could happen that indicate a buggy operation. They're fast and powerful with cool new features enabled by the latest version of Android, Android 9.0 Pie. An equally problematic issue, however, will be lingering around a bit longer until Google finally rolls out a patch. Will it allow more apps to be available in the background? In short, some of those fleeting moments are lost forever. Such a behavior is often attributed to Android phones running out of free RAM to use.

Google's Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are not necessarily bad phones, as discovered in our in-depth review, but just in case the two's exorbitant price points and the larger model's ginormous notch weren't enough to put potential buyers off, a number of distressing bugs and glitches have come to light since the handsets started selling a measly few weeks back.

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XDA Developer reports that developer Arnova8G2 has managed to bring Night Sight mode to the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T, and this software works much better than the default camera app's Nightscape mode as well.

Breaking its silence, a Google representative told 9to5Google that a software update will fix that. What's not clear is that the statement that you can see below also refers to "certain situations".

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