Recently, Google declared that rather than regular Android updates, Pixel 4 gadgets would get a “Pixel Feature Drop” to show off splashy new features. That update has now shown up, and over expected changes like robocall screening and Duo call centering, there are a few welcome amazements, as spotted by XDA Developers and Android Police.
Most importantly, Face Unlock would now be able to represent changes to look like a new hairstyle or beard. “When it’s on, face unlock images are occasionally used to create improved face models,” Google’s update states. “This helps recognize you better over time.” The update additionally calls attention to that these models are put away on the Pixel 4’s protected Titan chip and never on the web.
True to form, the update likewise brings T-Mobile eSIM support to Pixel 4 gadgets. That implies people can initiate their gadget promptly without waiting for the physical delivery of a SIM card, and furthermore utilize the eSIM related to a physical SIM to get calls and texts from two numbers. At long last, the Pixel 4 currently supports dual-frequency GNSS so it can track two satellite signals at once, either from GPS or Galileo satellites. That, thus, will deliver more exact location tracking.
People can almost certainly expect all the more such upgrades by means of future Pixel 4 drops. With the new update stream, Google is unmistakably attempting to separate its flagship gadgets from others in the Android ecosystem.
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