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Google explains why the Pixel 6’s fingerprint reader sometimes slows down

All high-end models and phones these days have a fingerprint reader. Google was the only OEM to use the old backlit capacitive fingerprint reader on its smartphones. But that changed in the end Pixel 6 The series that comes with a fingerprint reader. However, in recent weeks we’ve seen many consumer complaints that the Pixel 6/6 Pro’s fingerprint reader is a bit slower and sometimes unreliable. Google has now somewhat explained why the sensor sometimes slows down.
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Google defends slow biometric unlock time for Pixel 6

Google has justified the somewhat longer unlock time for the Pixel 6 phone using its in-screen fingerprint sensor, saying it is due to enhanced security algorithms. Fingerprint Cards has integrated its biometric sensors into eight new phones by Xiaomi, and a study by Allied Market Research has projected that the fingerprint module market will witness significant growth in the next ten years, driven in part by large-scale adoption of fingerprint sensors for biometric authentication in smartphones.
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Google to launch Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro on October 19 – Deccan Chronicle

Wednesday, Nov 10, 2021 | Last Update : 03:51 AM IST. Washington: American tech giant Google recently announced that it will launch its new smartphones Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro on October 19, 2021. Google revealed the information through its Twitter handle — Madebygoogle. The company also provided a...
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This Nest Audio deal is too good to pass up

Pound for pound, you won’t find a better Assistant-enabled smart speaker than Google’s own Nest Audio. At $99, the Google-y speaker offers up ample volume and sound quality while giving you all the tasty home control you know and love from the Google Assistant. Now, that’s not to say that you can’t get a better speaker for $100 but you’ll be hard-pressed to find one with the Assistant or one that looks and feels as Google-y as this one. Just check out Robby’s review to see why we love this speaker so much.
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