Earlier this month Google launched its tenth Pixel feature drop containing new supported languages for Live Translate, Live Sharing in Duo calls and extra. And whereas the newest patch had already rolled out to older gadgets (from the Pixel 3a to the Pixel 5), in the present day the replace started arriving on Google’s most up-to-date flagships: the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.
First noticed by Android Police, along with new software options, the replace additionally brings a variety of common efficiency enhancements comparable to higher thermal and battery administration and sooner fingerprint recognition. But maybe much more importantly, the patch additionally comprises a handful of bug fixes together with an answer for a latest subject that was inflicting Pixel 6 telephones to randomly disconnect from WiFi.
Finally, for Pixel 6 house owners on Verizon, Google’s March replace is additionally including help for the service’s new 5G C-band spectrum, which went stay at the starting of the year on January nineteenth. Verizon claims its C-Band 5G is as much as 10 sooner than 4G LTE, and that following its latest deployment, the company’s Ultra Wideband 5G now covers greater than 100 million folks throughout 1,700 US cities.
While it’s kind of irritating to see Google’s newest feature drop arrive final on the company’s most up-to-date (and most costly) telephones, contemplating that the Pixel 6’s WiFi woes had been brought on by the earlier January replace (which itself was pushed again from December), it is smart that Google postponed its launch a bit. And hopefully, Google used that additional time to iron out any new bugs in the March replace. Though based mostly on the company’s latest observe file, that is perhaps a bit too optimistic.
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