After a delay of three years, Google has finally introduced the Pixel 7 line of smartphones. Along with the smartphones, Google also introduced its first ever wristwatch, the Pixel Watch, at the same time it announced its new line of smartphones.
As part of the most recent beta update for the Pixel 7 series, the tech giant released a brand-new feature for the Pixel 7 phones dubbed “Clear Calling.” This new function was introduced at the “Made by Google” event. This function was developed to enhance the clarity of calls made on the various devices.
The software update known as Android 13 QPR1 (Quarterly Platform Release beta 3) allowed users to download the functionality and install it on their devices.
In addition, Google revealed several new software features that would be included in its most recent Pixel 7 series, as stated in a report by Android Authority.
How does the Clear Calling function operate, and what exactly is it?
It is easier to hear the person on the other end of the line, even when they are walking on a windy street or dining in a noisy restaurant, thanks to the Clear Calling feature, which, according to a blogpost published by Google, “automatically filters out background noise and enhances the voice on the other end of the line with machine learning.” [Clear Calling] is available on Android and iOS devices.
Users who have upgraded to Android 13 QPR1 Beta 3 will be able to locate the Clear Calling function inside their Sound settings after making the necessary adjustment. Navigate to the Settings menu, then tap on Sound and Vibration, and finally explore the Clear Calling menu to turn on the feature. When you first access the page, you will see a toggle that you can use to turn the Clear Calling option on or off.
Users will be need to sign up for the beta version of Google’s service in order to make use of the Clear Calling feature. According to the reports, due to the fact that this is an unstable version, this update may include a number of issues and mistakes.
Published at : 25 Oct 2022 10:52 AM (IST)