The flagship series of the 2021 Google search giant , the Pixel 6 series , consisting of the standard model and the Pro variant; the terminals offer excellent hardware combined with software features that distinguish them from other Android proposals.
The biggest talking point was Magic Eraser , which can edit and remove certain elements from an image and make it look like it never existed in the original shot.
Now, the Google account on Twitter has confirmed that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will now be able to transcribe speech to text in three new languages and via the Recorder app . The languages in question are: German, Japanese and French.
On older Pixel series smartphones, up to the new Pixel 5a 5G, the transcription function of the Recorder app is limited to English only. It appears that the Mountain View OEM is limiting support for additional languages to its best devices, considering the SoC Tensor allows for high-quality automatic speech recognition.
Say bonjour, hallo, konnichiwa to Recorder. You can now use your Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro to transcribe your voice in 3 new languages:
You won’t even need an internet connection to do it!
— Made by Google (@madebygoogle) November 9, 2021
Furthermore, the Recorder app can transcribe audio even when the phone is not connected to the internet, as it uses a Google service on the device.
One of the users complained about the Pixel 6’s fingerprint on the company’s blog, claiming he was happy with the smartphone, but the malfunctions and sensor speed ruin the overall experience of the device. The company decided to respond to this speech and responded.
He began by apologizing for the inconvenience and then claimed to have used advanced security algorithms within the fingerprint sensor. This is why fingerprint identification and verification may take longer.
In other words, the company is trying to convince that slow biometric sensor operation is the norm and that this is the price for that level of security.
Source: Twitter Made by Google