Some of the features of the new Pixel 7 will be brought to older phones.
Clear calling, Guided frame, and Real Tone enhancements will be supported by the Pixel 6 line.
The features are said to be arriving in December.
The new features and enhancements powered by the Tensor G2 will be available in other lines of the flagship line.
According to PhoneArena, some of the features of the Pixel 7 series will be coming to the other two phones in the future. Clear calling is a feature that filters out background noise and makes the voice on the other end clearer using machine learning. Clear calling provides a better phone call experience even if the person you’re talking to is on a windy street or in a noisy restaurant, according to the launch of the new phone service by the company.
Guided Frames is a feature coming to the Pixel 6 series that will allow people with low vision to take better selfies. Real Tone is also in the Pixel 6 series. It is expanding to Night Sight and Portrait mode because it accurately represents all skin tones.
ThePixel 6 phones will allow you to use your voice to silence a call, and also have a feature that will allow you to change the sound of the call. The improved Super Res zoom will not be available on the Pixel 7 phones for some time.
It’s no surprise that this confirmation comes as a surprise given that the best of the best in the industry trickle down to older phones.
Most of the new capabilities introduced by the line require a Tensor chip, so don’t expect them to arrive on models older than last year’s models. The improved At a Glance feature is expected to arrive on the new models later this year.
The new features are expected to be on the Pixel 6 line in December, and will be an exclusive to the Pixel 6.
If you don’t mind a buggy experience, you can join the Android 13 alpha testing. The latest and greatest phones from the Pixel family are now available for pre-order via different channels.
The new Pixel 7 is a great device with a 50MP camera and a 12MP wide-angle lens. The small size makes it ideal for one-handed use, and the low price of $599 makes it an excellent value when compared to other cameras on the market.