Google is rolling out some new features for the Google Photos app on Android that were once exclusive to its Pixel devices. Smartphones The best cheap phones you can buy in 2020 The 10 best smartphones of 2020: 5G powers the top contenders 10 best smartphones not made in China Contact tracing: COVID-19 panacea or privacy nightmare? (ZDNet YouTube) Phones under $200: Our top picks (CNET) How to keep your smartphone clean during the coronavirus (TechRepublic) The new photo editing features are available as an enticement for Android users to subscribe to Google One, its consumer-focussed cloud storage and phone backup service . The editing features promise to bring machine-learning magic to the editing experience, including Portrait Blur for the bokeh effect, even when a snap was taken in normal mode, and Portrait Light , a trick that improves the lighting on faces of close-up shots. SEE: 5G smartphones: A cheat sheet (free PDF) (TechRepublic) The features work for newly taken photos, older images and when the original image wasn’t taken in portrait mode. Google One is free up to 15 GB, and costs $1.99 per month for 100 GB, $2.99 per month for 200 GB, and $9.99 for per… Read full this story
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