The users of Android 13 are finally getting an updated graph of the battery of the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. According to the report, the key difference between the two shower usage graphs is how the new one allows you to tap a two-hour increase to see app usage during that period, rather than stuff “for the past 24 hours.” That granularity is helpful when tracking lanugo an errant app.
As we can see, there are slight visual tweaks to the graph design without any broad lines, while the dynamic color theme is more prominent. System Usage is hidden at the bottom by default. But you tap the graph again to return to the full day view.
As we see some users still dislike the new feature of Android 13 that how the graph is limited to the last 24 hours, instead of going back to the last charge or showing the full cycle. Hopefully, it’s on Google’s roadmap for future Android releases.
This detailed battery graph for older Pixel (4-5a) phones has been live since the Android 13 beta and is now seeing wider availability with the stable release. Hopefully, you will understand and will think about this feature.
Android 13 was released recently and improved with more than 100+ changes. You can check the complete changelog then click here.
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