Download Google Camera for Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10+ (Snapdragon / Exynos)

You can now easily download Google Camera for Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ phones – Snapdragon and Exynos variants. Not an official release, but a Google Camera APK port called GCam by BSG MOD is now available for the Samsung phones. GCam ports are very popular among technology enthusiasts who do not have Google Pixel phones, but want to use and enjoy the computational photography features the Google Camera app brings to the Pixel phones lineup.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 features one of the most powerful smartphone cameras of 2019. It is a Samsung flagship and has a very powerful camera app with tons of software processing done for better shots. However, Google’s Camera app from the Pixel series is still a favourite among tech and photography enthusiasts. This is particularly because these GCam mods are able to bring the same machine learning algorithms and computational photography features as the Google Pixel 4 to other Android phones.

Google Camera (GCam) for Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+

Google Camera (GCam) for Galaxy Note 10

For Samsung Galaxy Note 10 as well as Note 10 Plus users, here is how you can download Gcam for your phone. It is compatible with Snapdragon and Exynos variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.

Fitted with features that have made Pixel series such great camera performers, you can use them on your Samsung Note 10 as well.


  • HDR+
  • Night Sight
  • Super Resolution Zoom
  • Top Shot
  • Portrait mode (front and rear)
  • Google Lens
  • AR Stickers
  • Image Stabilization
  • RAW Image Files
  • Slow Motion

NOTE: For all the latest versions and Android devices compatible with Google Camera, visit the following page:

Download Google Camera for Galaxy Note 10 (Snapdragon / Exynos)

Here is a fast download for Galaxy Note 10 GCam port. This app will not replace your stock camera but rather work alongside it.

UPDATE: The latest Gcam 7.3 is now available for the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ phones. You can download from here!

Being an APK file, you would have to install it on your Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10 Plus just as you would install any other APK. The app doesn’t require root or any other system modification. Further, this version that we have linked will work with Dual Aperture on the Note 10 series.

You can now also download Google Camera for the Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy A71 phones!

How to Install Google Camera APK

Here are all the instructions you need to install GCam port / Google Camera for Galaxy Note 10. Follow these steps below:

Step 1 – Download Google Camera APK from the link above.

Step 2 – Locate the APK you just downloaded and open it on your phone to install it.

Step 3 – If you are installing an APK directly for the very first time, you would be notified to enable “Unknown Source” setting.

Step 4 – After enabling, the app should install. You can open the app by using the new Camera icon in your app drawer.

If this instructions / guide was not clear enough or you are stuck somewhere, you can read our complete guide on how to install APK files on your Android device here:

After successful installation, go to your App Drawer and search for Camera. Now, you would notice one has a stock icon that you had before and one is different from that. The other Camera app is Google Camera! You can use the app to set photo location and once that is done, your photos take from GCam would be found inside the normal gallery app.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 GCam Mod Settings

Once installed, you need certain settings and configurations to make everything work normally on this phone. Since this is a port, you might find bugs. So to have the best optimal experience, you need to configure the following settings for Google Camera for Galaxy Note 10 to work properly:

  • Open Google Camera
  • Tap ‘More’ option inside the app
  • Go to Settings > BSG MOD Settings
  • Select ‘Saturation’ and set the following figures:
    • Highlight Saturation to 1.9
    • Shadown Saturation to 2.0 (for rear camera)
  • Go back, under ‘Portrait’ mode, turn on HDR+
  • Again, go to Settings > Advanced option
  • From here, enable HDR+ Control
  • All done? Now close / kill the app from the phone and restart it

Everything should be working great now. This is how you set up Google Camera for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 / 10+ phones. If you come across any bugs or issues, drop us a comment and we will try to get you a newer build of this GCam port by BSG MOD.

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Haris Nadeem
Haris Nadeem

Haris lives on everything Android; has countless devices, apps and games to play with everyday. Currently serving as the Chief Editor at Team Android. Connect on Twitter: @harisn

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