‘Different’ may not mean ‘better’, we have to see
While many have complained about the performance of the fingerprint sensor on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro over the past six months, things Probably It’s different for the upcoming Pixel 6a. The change does not guarantee that all issues will be resolved, but Google has confirmed that the upcoming mid-range phone, which is expected to include an in-display fingerprint sensor, will not use the same in-display sensor as previous phones. .
This news comes courtesy of a report from Android Central, which says it confirmed the change with Google’s senior vice president of devices and services, Rick Osterloh. No further specific details were disclosed.
Pixel 6a phone
While the fingerprint unlock issues on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro don’t seem to affect everyone, a lot of issues have complained, and our Android Police reviews pointed to issues at launch. The best way to describe performance at the time was “inconsistent,” with the fingerprint sensor sometimes failing to work properly, coupled with seemingly random unlock times. Some device owners claim that subsequent updates have improved performance, and Google changes Make sure that the fingerprint sensor has been modified in the software over time. But even today, the fingerprint unlocking performance on Google’s latest batch of phones doesn’t match that of other high-end devices.
At one point, Google claimed that “Enhanced Security AlgorithmsResponsible for the observed performance. A change in hardware may not necessarily improve things per se.
Previous digging suggested the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro use a Goodix optical sensor, but previous attempts to confirm with the same manufacturer have stalled – other agreements or contracts may have prevented this. Other phones that used Goodix sensors had great fingerprint unlocking performance (like OnePlus phones), which made the Pixel 6 series’ problems even more confusing. It’s not clear if the Pixel 6a will use another Goodix sensor (the company makes more than one) or if a different brand or technology will be used. Sensors under the screen come in more than one type.
Google also has an ongoing issue with Pixel 6 and 6 Pro fingerprint sensor failed to calibrate properly after repairs in some cases. Error report for this issue It indicates that the problem has not yet been resolved, although the nature of the problem has been inconsistent.
‘Different’ hardware doesn’t mean ‘better’, but it does open the door to improvements in fingerprint unlock performance on the Pixel 6a, which has some leaked Shoes to fill in as a follow-up to one of last year’s best products. The Pixel 5a is an excellent phoneAnd while the rear-mounted capacitive fingerprint sensor has a shallow lip that makes it hard to find without a cover, it was consistent, fast, and reliable. We hope to say the same about the Pixel 6a.
Among other things Pixel 6a device details you can use on GoogleThe upcoming phone will feature custom Tensor chips like the Pixel 6 series, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, priced at $450.
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