This would mean building a bridge between the weather report and your camera’s automatic settings so that you won’t have to select the pre-set for say cloudy or sunny weather and the camera app will figure it out on its own. Your GPS location could also be used to figure out whether you are indoors or not, and we imagine information from the ambient light sensor could also go into use.
Not just that - weather conditions at your location could be used to also set hue, saturation, sharpness, and/or contrast.
Let’s not forget that Google’s own social guru Vic Gundotra said: “We are committed to making Nexus phones insanely great cameras. Just you wait and see.” And while we can only guess what the company is building, we do know that it is quickly attracting talent in the field with the latest being Marc Levoy, a Stanford professor who also created SynthCam, an iPhone app that makes the ‘bokeh’ blurry background effect possible.