Google Introduces Heart and Respiratory Rate Tracker for Pixel 6 And Pixel 6 Pro

Google plans to introduce heart rate as well as respiratory rate trackers for Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro, according to reports. The feature may be availed via the Google Fit app, and will require access to the rear as well as front cameras of the phones in order to function. This is not a new feature and was available in older models such as Google Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a. However, this feature had been discontinued in the latest models released by the company. The health tracking features were rolled out within weeks of Google launching the devices.

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Google Claims Additional Security Causes Pixel 6 Fingerprint Sensor to Run Slower

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Pixel 6, the latest in the line of flagship phones by Google, has been facing issues due to its fingerprint scanner being unresponsive. Both Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro uses optical under-display sensors, which has received user criticism online for being unreliable and slow. However, Google has not acknowledged this as an issue. In an official statement given by the Made by Google Twitter account, the company claims that “enhanced security algorithms” used by the smartphones is responsible for the delayed response. These additional protection features necessitate a prolonged period to verify, and may require more direct contact with the fingerprint sensor in order to be able to authenticate the fingerprints of the users.

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Google in DxOMark’s Top 10 Smartphone Camera List with the Pixel 6 Pro

DxOMark has analyzed the Google Pixel 6 Pro and given it 135 points overall. Among smartphones, the device stands in the sixth position, after the iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 13 Pro, and Huawei Mate 40 Pro. In the video segment, it received 115 points, with 71 points in zoom, and 143 in photo. The Google Pixel 6 Pro also comes with several other attractive and upgraded features, including speedy, accurate autofocus in both indoor and outdoor (bright) lighting, impressive contrast and shadow features, and it’s attention to detail in capturing images and videos in bright light, as well as in dimmer, indoor settings.

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The Camera Module Of Google Pixel 6 Pro Might Not Be User Replaceable

There have been a lot of reports about the Pixel 6 Pro and it might look like we know almost everything that is to know about the upcoming phone. We have come across renders, spec sheets, even teardowns, camera samples, and pricing for some markets. However, some new reports have surfaced that claim that it might be very difficult to get the Pixel 6 Pro fixed if it shows a problem especially the camera module.

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Google Gives An Official Date For The Pixel 6 Series Launch

Google Pixel 6 series has finally got its official launch date. Last night Google announced that there will be a virtual event by Google on October 19 at 1:00 PM ET which is 10:30 PM IST. There are no scopes for guessing as Google made it clear that they will be unveiling the Pixel 6 series during that event. In the announcement, Google said, “On October 19, we’re officially introducing you to Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro-the completely reimagined Google phones. Powered by Tensor, Google’s first custom mobile, they’re fast, smart, and secure. And they adapt to you. #Pixel6Launch.”

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A New Foldable Pixel Phone Under Development And Pixel 6 Pro To Support 33W Charging

Google is said to be increasing its charging game with the launch of the new Pixel 6 Pro. A new listing on Taiwan’s NCC database has shown that the Pixel 6 Pro (identifier GLU0G) will support up to 33W charging speeds. Initially, it was known that it will be having a 5,000 mAh battery. Although it isn’t known if the vanilla Pixel 6 will be getting a 33W charging. Google had already said that it won’t include a charger in the Pixel 6 series. The Pixel 6 series is expected to launch on October 19.

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