There’s been a lot of complaining about the performance of the fingerprint sensor on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro over the past six months, but that doesn’t mean the same will happen on smartphones. Pixel 6a. Google has just confirmed that their “cheap” phones won’t use the same sensors as their predecessors.
This information was submitted by Android Central, they have reportedly confirmed the correctness of this change with Google’s senior VP of devices and services, Rick Osterloh. Unfortunately, more specific details regarding the changes were not disclosed by Google.
For those of you who don’t know, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have reportedly had problems unlocking their devices using fingerprints, although not everyone has had this problem. The best way to describe this problem is the inconsistent fingerprint sensor — sometimes the sensor fails to function properly.
Some device owners claim that the updates provided by Google have improved performance and Google’s change log confirms that the fingerprint sensor always gets updates regularly. However, the performance of the fingerprint sensor on Google phones still cannot match other high-end phones.
via Android Central
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