As confirmed by a Google official at Google I / O, the Pixel 6A will have a different fingerprint sensor than its larger siblings. The idea is not to fall into the same traps by providing better reliability.
When they leave, the Pixel6 And Pixel 6 Pro Were riddled with all sorts of bugs. An issue related to the fingerprint sensor is particularly persistent and annoying. In our test, we described it as very slow and unresponsive. This anomaly was confirmed with a large group of users.
For example, some customers have found that their fingerprint sensor no longer works. After reaching 0% battery. The others had to go back Have to open their mobile six or seven times. In contrast, Google justified itself in its own way by using slightly stronger security algorithms.
Reliability above all else
The California team is under a certain amount of pressure from its community under any circumstances and does not want to live in this situation. To do this, it plans to install a new fingerprint sensor in its future. Pixel 6aAs a reminder, it will actually be issued in France for 459 euros.
During Google I / O 2022, Rick Osterloh, Vice President of Devices and Services at Google, confirmed this information. Android Central. Replacing such an element does not mean doing it better: Mountain View should be Shot T above all else and reliable for a long time.
The future sensor was examined very closely
At the time, Google was trying to fix the situation with software updates This has not always been proven to be conclusive. Perhaps he now wants to intervene in the hardware sector to solve a deeper problem and provide a nominally worthy user experience for his community.
Anyway, make sure the fingerprint sensor is tested when the phone is released this summer.
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