In Google Pixel 4 there are one feature Frequent Faces with this we can identify and recommend better shots of the faces you photograph or capture the most, but it was deactivated temporarily.
Frequent Faces: How it works
- It works as saving data about the faces you photograph or record.
- Its purpose is to work on the device and no data is sent to Google.
- You can manually change its setting by turning it off and will delete any saved face data in the previous and new phone. This can be enabled by the Main Camera setting list in-between Gestures and Device storage.
In Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, Frequent Faces use to help the camera show skin tones more accurately as part of Real Tone, and better auto-white balance for recognized people is another benefit.
This feature is still not available in Google Camera 8.5 from June on both Android 12 including the 6a and 13 Pixel phones. This situation is different from what happened with Pixel 5 and 4a 5G’s ultrawide lens was disabled for astrophotography in 2020.
Frequent Faces still advertises as Pixel 6a’s “Camera Features” in the Google store Specs list. On other hand, the Pixel Camera page advertises it as letting you get more smiles and fewer blinks.
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