At Google, native face biometrics are another option. Maybe the Pixel 6, Pixel 7 or Pixel 17

At Google, native face biometrics are another option.  Maybe the Pixel 6, Pixel 7 or Pixel 17

Tech Highlights:

  • The Pixel 6 Pro is capable of face biometrics identification thanks to its front camera’s dual-pixel sensors from Sony and its autofocus capabilities. 9to5Google reports that it discovered a change in the latest Pixel 6 feature drop that would boost the performance of the phone’s Tensor CPU for one second when face unlock is active. Because of this, observers are left wondering: Will Google add face unlock to the Pixel 6 Pro after launching on the Pixel 7 line? The face biometrics feature may run more smoothly on newer devices, but the 6 Pro does seem to have all the necessary components in place to make it work.

  • According to 9to5, Google may still be working on face biometric unlocking for the Pixel 6 Pro. Google. The trade newspaper claims that Google may still be developing face biometrics for Pixel phones, perhaps for the next Pixel 7. 9to5 According to Google, the lack of face biometric security is due to internal worries about algorithm accuracy and battery consumption. The functionality wasn’t included in the feature update for the June quarter, despite rumours to the contrary.

Now that we’ve crossed the threshold separating the first half of the year from the second half, here’s an intriguing statistic to consider. SafeBettingSites.com reports that during the first half of 2022, worldwide income from app purchases in the Google Play Store fell by 7.4% on an annual basis. In comparison to the $23 billion spent in the first half of 2021, Android users spent a total of $21.3 billion on applications in the first half of this year.

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