Since Google launched its newest flagship smartphones Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Professional final month, many customers have complained in regards to the gradual fingerprint scanner on the gadgets. The difficulty was additionally acknowledged by the corporate saying that the fingerprint sensor utilises enhanced safety algorithms and in some situations, these added protections can take longer to confirm. Now, the corporate has rolled out a November safety patch for the smartphones that’s reportedly centered on fixing the gradual fingerprint scanner.
As per Verizon, the mid-cycle replace “improves the efficiency of your gadget’s fingerprint sensor.” The replace is comparatively small (14.56MB) for Google Pixel 6 smartphones and it doesn’t add every other function to the gadgets. The corporate has not but launched a changelog for the patch. Customers can examine if they’ve acquired the replace by going into Settings > System > Superior > System replace. Customers may sideload the replace manually utilizing the OTA file.
Lately, the corporate additionally added Adaptive Sound function to each smartphones. The function makes use of the microphone on the gadget to review audio ranges and acoustics within the environment. It then adjusts the equalizer accordingly to supply higher audio output. The function is disabled by default and it may be enabled by going into the Adaptive Sound part below Settings.
The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Professional are powered by Google Tensor, Google’s first-ever processor. Google claims that Tensor has been designed particularly round Google’s AI. Google Tensor SoC brings new capabilities to the 2 smartphones comparable to Magic Eraser and Fast Phrases.
The Pixel 6 comes with 8GB of RAM, whereas Pixel 6 Professional has 12GB. The storage choices in Pixel 6 are 128 and 256GB, Pixel 6 Professional additionally provides a 512GB mannequin. The 2 telephones include Android 12 out of the field. As of now, the gadgets are solely out there in eight nations – Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Taiwan, United Kingdom and United States.