Google is engaged on ‘clear calling’ for Android cellphone calls
The first beta for the Android 13 quarterly launch features a new “clear calling” characteristic that “reduces background noises during calls.” It was first noticed by Mishaal Rahman on Twitter who additionally tweeted instructions to enable it for yourself with out root, in the event you’re feeling daring.
The photos shared by Rahman notice that Clear Calling works “on most mobile networks,” is “not available for Wi-Fi calling,” and “content from your call is not sent to Google.”
Google has been flexing its noise-canceling muscle groups (and customized six-core audio chips) for awhile. First, and most impressively, through the use of AI to suppress background noises just like the crackling of snack baggage, keyboard clicks, and canine barking in Google Meet. More not too long ago with the $199 Pixel Buds Pro — the corporate’s first earbuds with energetic noise cancellation.
My colleague Chris Welch, who is aware of extra about noise-cancelation tech (and unannounced Sonos audio system) than anybody I do know, known as the ANC on the Pixel Buds Pro, “more than competent — even if it won’t be bumping Sony or Bose from the top of the mountain.” Not dangerous for a primary effort, now let’s see how Google does with common outdated cellphone calls.
Do you even make cellphone calls anymore?
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