GOOGLE 6 PRO CAMERA WITH FACIAL RECOGNITION!

New Google 6 Pro now utilizes face recognition to unlock your phone!

Have you ever really thought about who the biggest guns in the cell phone industry are? Yes, Apple is big, Samsung is big, and Google? The biggest and most powerful company in the world is looking to make their presence known by incorporating features that no one has done yet (at least to my knowledge). With the recent update to Android systems, there was a new feature available in the upgrade that allows the camera(s) to use facial recognition to unlock your phone.

Google could be preparing to finally enable facial recognition in its Pixel 6 range for the first time since launch, at least, if a couple of snippets of evidence are anything to go by. 

According to a user on Reddit, their Pixel 6 Pro showed Face Unlock as an option during set up, where usually the only biometric option is fingerprint scanning. 

Following this user report, 9to5 Google did some digging and found that Pixel 6 Pro Android 12 builds have referenced the facial recognition references as early as October 2021. Is it as secure as fingerprint scanning that many phones are using now? As I think about it, it would have to do 3D imaging to make it anywhere as secure as a fingerprint. Who’s to say, someone couldn’t just pick up a photo of you and point it at the camera and unlock your phone. However, this feature will only be available on the Pro Model, so chances are they have figured out a way to make it secure.

Google Pixel 6a will be as powerful as Pixel 6

New Google Pixel 6a is as powerful as the 6

(Pocket-lint) – Google’s Pixel 6a has been rumoured for some time now, with most reports suggesting it will launch in May during Google’s Developer I/O conference.

Many of the rumours have claimed the mid-range device would run on the same hardware as the flagship Pixel 6, with Googles Tensor Chip under the hood and the most recent leak supports this.

The Google Pixel 6a has appeared on Geekbench alongside the Pixel 6and the tests see the Pixel 6a doing better in both the single-core and multi-core tests, suggesting it will be as powerful as its flagship brother. But, it’s designed to be a midrange priced phone so this is making the mid-grade market even more exciting.

The Google 6 could be the most surprising phone / camera in the market today.

GOOGLE IS NOW MAKING THEIR OWN IMAGE SENSORS

There are two big talking points with the Pixel 6: the unique design and the Google-made processor. This focus on creating a phone that’s visually distinct from everything else on the market while also investing in its own home-grown silicon suggests Google is taking this whole smartphone thing very seriously. And the Pixel 6 is one great result of that.

The Pixel 6 is undoubtedly the worst kept tech secret in recent years. Predominantly because Google hasn’t really wanted to keep it a secret. Instead of keeping hush on the leaks when they first surfaced, Google confirmed them and has been pushing big marketing bucks behind the phone in the run-up to the official announcement.

Google’s messaging has very much been that this is the next cool thing, an Android phone for people with their finger on the pulse, those who want to be different to everyone else. It’s a trendy phone. With its unique design and fresh software experience, it’ll certainly get people interested, that’s for sure. 

It’s safe to say that whether you look at it from the front or the back, the Pixel 6 doesn’t quite look like any other Android smartphone on the planet. It’s about as different as a glass rectangle can be. 

Part of that distinctiveness is down to the design of the frame and bezel. It’s very angular and right-angled, but still has skinny bezels. Rather than go with a rounded appearance around the corners with an internal curved corner in the bezel, Google has opted to make them much more square. In a way it almost has a Nokia Lumia-esque vibe about it. To us, that’s a good thing. 

The size and weight mean the Pixel 6 is hardly the most nimble smartphone on the market, but Google has tried to alleviate some of your potential stretching by adding a one-handed mode in Android 12. Similar to Apple’s Reachability feature in iOS, this lets you drag down content from the top of the screen further down, so you can reach it with a thumb.

It’s on the back of the phone you’ll find the most striking difference between the Pixel and other phones. Just one glance and anyone will see it’s not quite the same as other devices. There’s no rectangular, square or pill-shaped camera protrusion in the corner. Instead, Google has spread the camera unit across the entire width of the phone. 

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