Google published Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1 with bug updates for Pixel smartphones. The update doesn’t offer any user-facing updates, but it reveals new Pixel devices. It exposes two unreleased Pixel devices called Felix and Lynx, highlights the Pixel Tablet’s docking capabilities, and implies Google is working on a Pixel Tablet ‘Pro’ Nope. Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1 includes forthcoming features including Clear Calling.
Google is developing a ‘Clear Calling’ tool to eliminate background noise during calls, according to Esper’s Mishaal Rahman. Rahman enabled the functionality manually despite it not being in the newest Android 13 beta release.
Google is working on a feature called "clear calling" that will reduce background noises during calls. It works "for most mobile networks" but it's "not available for Wi-Fi calling." Contents from your calls are "not sent to Google."
— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) September 8, 2022
Here’s how to join android 13 QPR1 Beta1
Visit www.google.com/android/beta to join Android 13 QPR1 Beta. Tap “View eligible devices” and click + Opt in. You’ll get the Beta via OTA in 24 hours. Settings > System > System update.
If the beta update is too unstable, you’ll have to wipe your phone to leave the programme. If you can wait until December, you can exit the Beta programme without wiping your data.
The Android 13 QPR1 Beta has disclosed a lot about Pixel devices, but the most intriguing news for Pixel 6 Pro owners is that Google may roll out an update that will allow the front-facing camera to produce depth maps of users’ faces, allowing the device to deliver a secure version of Face Unlock. The beta shows a woman setting up Face Unlock by staring at her Pixel.
The new function sounds like Google Meet’s Noise Cancellation, which filters out background noises like typing, door closing, room echo, or adjacent construction. We assume Google trained the feature to filter out street noises and more for normal phone calls.
Using ADB commands, you may enable Clear Calling on Android phones now. Once enabled, the toggle is in Sounds & vibrations. Google hasn’t confirmed if it’ll work as intended, so it’s unknown.
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