Google has released the Android 13 QPR1 update along with interesting features and a fresh security patch for the Pixel 7 devices. But among several new tweaks, a particular element that caught our eyes in the Android 13 QPR1 update is the clear calling feature. Let’s learn how the feature will play wonders for Pixel 7 smartphone users.
The flagship Pixel 7 models appeared on the consumer platform with the Android 13 operating system. However, some features didn’t support the device at that moment. One of them was the clear calling feature which is now taking place with the latest Android 13 QPR1 update.
What is the clear calling feature?
Clear Calling – as the name reflects, the feature helps in offering a stable and noise-free calling experience. But wait, that’s not it. The respective feature is also helpful in rowdy and screaming areas. In simple words, Pixel 7 users will not face any interruption or bad audio quality experience while being on a phone call.
In addition to reducing the background noises, the feature also helps to increase the voice ratio of the caller. As a result, both users on the phone call experience clear voice even when stuck in a noisy place.
Consequently, the feature works efficiently due to the Tensor G2 chipset, equipped in the Google Pixel 7 series. It is a far better processor than its predecessors and offers ultimate performance to the device. Accordingly, the chipset plays a vital role in providing the benefits of the clear calling feature.
How to access the feature?
The clear calling feature resides in the Settings application. Further, it demands a standard Wi-Fi or mobile network connection. In case you fear privacy aspects, the feature is quite secure and easy to use. You can access the feature through the following steps:
- Go to the Settings menu
- Select the Sound & Vibration option
- Tap on the clear calling toggle to enable or disable it
As of now, the feature is only accessible for Pixel 7 smartphones. Although, the company will soon roll out the thoughtful element to more users in the time ahead.