Google continues to work on the Android 13 operating system. The big technology company is developing a feature that will improve the call quality of Android phones. This feature is called “Clear Call”.
Android phones’ call quality improves with Clear Calling
Google has stated that the Clear Calling feature will not work on Wi-Fi calls. This Feature aims to remove background noise in normal carrier based calls. According to Google’s statement, this infrastructure will work within the device, so phone calls will not pass through Google’s servers.
Google says the feature can work with many operators. It is yet unknown whether it will have global use. If the process is successful, other companies can integrate this feature into their Android phones.
So what does Android 13 offer currently? Now users can change the icon of non-Google apps. Or, it can create interfaces that adopt the same design language by making other design changes to the application icons. The new operating system also brings a nice innovation for users who speak multiple languages. Now people can set a separate language for each application.
With Android 13, the media player on the lock screen is getting much more modern. Google can nicely add photo/music images of content to this player. Thus, it establishes a much more modern interface. Google is improving the “Bedtime” mode and adding automatic dark mode selection and dimming the wallpaper.
There is another security feature in the Android 13 operating system. In the new version, Google automatically deletes “clipboard” copies within an hour. Also, applications are required to obtain permission from the user before sending notifications. The company offers an impressive “Spatial Audio” experience on head movements. Bringing Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) Audio support for audio, Android 13 will soon allow text chats to be quickly transferred to Chromebooks.