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[Leak] Google Pixel 5 Might Have Ultra Wideband (UWB) Support!

Ultra Wideband (UWB) is one of the newest must-have technologies for flagship smartphones, and the good news is that the internet giant will launch the next generation smartphone, the Google Pixel 6There is plenty of evidence that . will indeed offer this feature. UWB technology is a technology pioneered by Apple, one of the technology and software giants based in the United States in the first place, and is used for situations that make everyday life easier, such as AirTag location tracker and unlocking some cars without the need for a key. In addition, this technology is often found on devices such as Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Z Fold 3 and Xiaomi Mi Mix 4. Now, internet giant Google has leaked that the Google Pixel 6 will support the technology with the latest code change made in the Android 12 AOSP Gerrit version:

Now we create an AOSP HAL for UWB. Rename the Pixel device-specific internal UWB HAL from Android S to hal_uwb_vendor to avoid conflicts with the AOSP HAL sepolicy rules that will be added to Android T.


The relevant code basically confirms that most likely Google Pixel 6 has a Hardware Abstraction Layer for a Pixel’s UWB; this will only be necessary if they expect Google to offer this feature. UWB is still a minor smartphone tech, but it will become much more useful in a few years.

Improved sensors and lenses of the new camera system are located in the camera bar. Also, these devices have new materials and finishes. The Pixel 6 Pro will come with a lightly polished aluminum frame, while the Pixel 6 will have a matte aluminum finish.

As you might expect from Google, the new Pixel 6 devices will run Android 12 out of the box with the new Material You design language. Google also announced that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be powered by the new Tensor SoC, Google’s first SoC built specifically for Pixel phones.


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