It seems that Google's new flagship handsets, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, have a lot of margins. Although we were really impressed with both models, various problems have been reported by various users since the official release of these phones, which is not at all interesting for the Google Pixel 6 series, which many refer to as the best series of Android phones./p>
Today's problem is with the fingerprint sensor under the display. Some Pixel 6 users have reported a strange problem that causes the fingerprint icon on their phones to disappear when "always on display" mode is enabled. This problem is solved when we turn on the screen, and it looks disappointing. It is now clear that the root of the problem lies in the advanced settings of Android. Reddit's website referred to the problem as "breaking the fingerprint scanner icon by changing the duration of the animation." If you change the speed of the animation in the Developer options section, the fingerprint scanner icon will have a problem and it will break.
This problem is solved by resetting the animation speed settings to their default speed (x1). It should be noted that this problem does not affect the phone of users who have not activated the Developer options menu in Android 12, so this is not a problem in itself, and in fact this problem appears by manipulating the phone settings.
Many problems have been reported since the official release of these phones. Some users complained about the flicker of the screen, one of which reported two display holes instead of one for the selfie camera. Apparently, pressing the power button for more than 0.5 seconds causes the screen to blink. Google has not responded officially to these problems reported by users. Another troubling news from AnandTech has been released. The technicians of this media performed experiments with the 6 Pro pixel display that was set to the minimum brightness to find out that this phone consumes a lot of energy. According to the source, this problem can not be solved with software updates, and even if it does not affect the performance of the phone, it can reduce the battery life of Google Pixel 6.
It is not bad to know that the new flagships of Google, ie Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro were introduced at Google on October 19 (October 27) this year. The designers of the Mountain View-based company have spent a lot of time designing the Pixel 6, as it no longer has a metal body with a plastic cover, and the new Pixels, like most flagship phones, are mounted on a metal frame with glass panels. Makes the market different. The 6-pixel cameras are hidden under a strip of convex black glass, which most closely resembles the Cyclops character in the X-Men series. Both phones feature a very large 50-megapixel main camera They use a 12-megapixel ultraviolet camera, while the Pro model has a 48-megapixel telephoto camera with 4x optical zoom. Google says the Pixel 6 Pro offers up to 20x magnification with the help of Super Res Zoom software. The 50-megapixel 6-pixel camera is powered by Samsung's 1.3-inch GN1 sensor, which combines all four pixels to capture images at a resolution of 12.5 megapixels. The large size of the main camera sensor makes the new pixels now absorb 150% more light than in the past and provide a better shooting experience in the dark.
The new pixels are powered by Google's first proprietary chip called the tensor. According to Google, the chip can deliver the same level of performance as the Snapdragon 888 chip, but the most important module is the TPU, or Tensor Processing Unit, which allows the Pixel 6 to perform AI-based processing on the device itself. The tensor is the world's first chip with two powerful Cortex-X1 cores, and these cores, along with two center cores and four low-power cores, form the CPU.
) Takes advantage of it and, accordingly, takes computational photography with 6 pixels to higher levels. The chipset also uses the Titan M2 unit to increase security, a unit that protects your sensitive images, text and data. Google says the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones will receive security updates for five years.
The Pixel 6 is equipped with a 6.4-inch OLED display with FHD + resolution. In addition, the refresh rate of the display of this phone is automatically adjusted between 60 and 90 Hz, depending on the content you are watching. If you want a 120 Hz display, you should go for the Pro model. However, the Pixel 6 is at least superior to the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini in terms of refresh rate, as the display of both supports only 60 Hz. Normally, the maximum brightness of the display of the new Google phone is 500 nits, and for watching HDR content in High Brightness Mode, it reaches a maximum of 800 nits, which is acceptable but clearly not the flagships of other companies.