Portrait Mode works with any Dual-Lens iPhone, as well as the single-lens iPhone X R and lets you capture stunning portraits with blurry bokeh backgrounds. On the other hand, portrait selfies only have devices with face IDs available. But that's just for Apple's Camera app itself – third-party apps like "selfies" for every iPhone and Android phone model.
Whether you have an iPhone SE or Google Pixel, an update for Facebook With the Messenger app, you can take selfies with blurry backgrounds, creating the depth that normal cameras can normally do. Here, however, not the mode of Apple is used, but the own algorithms of Facebook, to fake the depth in your pictures.
Please note that Messenger's new "Seflie" mode only works for selfies, as the name implies, no regular depth images with the back camera. Yes, it is strange that Facebook would skip the portrait mode for the back as Instagram is already baked. You really can not guess why Facebook would not implement both with Messenger, but maybe it will appear in a future update.
Although we do not yet have access to this feature, we believe it behaves similarly, though not identical to Instagram implements portrait mode. As we know from the Facebook previews, we know that you need to swipe on the bottom of the messenger camera to "Selfie" in the function carousel to get into portrait mode. According to The Verge, Messenger blurs the background automatically, so you can take a selfie with this bokeh effect without having to turn on other settings.
The selfie portrait mode was not the only new feature announced for Messenger. Users can also look forward to taking Boomerang's in-app and avoiding the trip to Instagram or the Facebook app to shoot these loop videos. There are also AR stickers that you can enjoy.