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Someone using the Google Pixel 6a fingerprint reader.
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The Pixel 6 is plagued by bugs and annoyances, most notably a gradual fingerprint sensor. And it appears that Google will repair this problem with the Pixel 6a. In an early review video, Malaysian YouTuber Fazli Halim reveals the Pixel 6a besting the Pixel six in both equally fingerprint sensor speed and responsiveness.

We already know that the Pixel 6a employs new fingerprint sensor hardware. But we weren’t guaranteed if this hardware would very seriously effects biometric performance—after all, a recent software update lowered fingerprint sensor usability on more mature Pixel gadgets.

But Fazli Halim put the Pixel 6a and Pixel 6 head-to-head and examined their fingerprint sensors. The Pixel 6a plainly received this examination, unlocking more quickly and extra usually than the Pixel 6.

This take a look at is not extremely scientific, and of study course, the Pixel 6a is not jogging launch-working day firmware. There’s no ensure that the Pixel 6a will basically remedy Google’s biometric woes, even though this early test is pretty promising.

Notably, Fazli Halim seems very satisfied with the Pixel 6a and proves that its “downgraded” 12MP cameras can shoot some astounding photos. Pre-orders for the Pixel 6a start off July 21st in the United States.

Supply: Fazli Halim by using Android Law enforcement

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