Get Latest Google Camera Apk for LG G8X ThinQ [gcam]

LG – the South Korean smartphone manufacturer is struggling to survive the competitive smartphone market today due to several reasons. First and foremost, the brand lacks innovation and the existing customers aren’t motivated to upgrade their smartphones. However, the company has launched a new smartphone dubbed LG G8X ThinQ. The smartphone offers flagship-grade specifications such as SD 855 Processor, 6.4 inches OLED display, 6GB of RAM, etc. Well, you are here to download Google camera apk for LG G8X ThinQ, so let’s talk about that.

We have provided the download link of gcam for LG G8X ThinQ at the end of this post with a number of steps to install it correctly on the device. But before we start, let’s have a quick look at the specifications of the smartphone.


LG G8X ThinQ Specifications:

Display 6.4 inch (OLED)
Processor Qualcomm SDM855 Snapdragon 855 (7 nm)
Internal Storage 128GB
Front Camera 32 MP, f/1.9, 26mm (wide), 0.8µm
Rear Camera 12 MP, f/1.8, 27mm (standard), 1/2.6″, 1.4µm, Dual pixel PDAF, OIS
13 MP, f/2.4, 9mm (ultrawide), 1.0µm
Software Android 9.0 (Pie)
Battery 4000 mAh

How to install Google Camera (Gcam) on LG G8X ThinQ :

STEP 1 –

First of all, you need to download the working Google Camera APK for LG G8X ThinQ. You can download the APK using the link mentioned below.

Here, we are using the Gcam patch of Google Pixel 3.

VERSION: Google Camera (arm64-v8a) (nodpi) (Android 9.0+).


STEP 2 –

After downloading the APK, install it like any other third-party app.

STEP 3 –

After installing the Gcam on LG G8X ThinQ. Open the Google Camera app.

STEP 4 –

Follow these steps after opening the app for the first time. These steps will make sure that your app is working correctly.

  1. Click on More Option

  2. Open Camera Settings

  3. Open BSG MOD settings.

  4. Input Model

  5. Change -Interface Style – Pixel 2

  6. Back Camera- Pixel 3 XL

  7. Front Camera – Nexus 6P(Angler Huwaei)

  8. Configurations- PIXEL2018 ZSLR HDR+

  9. Go back – Enable Google Photos

  10. Disable Zoom (Preferably)

  11. Enable HDR+ Enhanced in Portrait Mode

  12. Open Saturation

  13. Highlight Saturation -1.8

  14. Shadow Saturation – 2.3 (Do the same for FRONT and REAR)

Restart the app again.