Android 13 QPR1 Beta: Battery life improved on the Pixel 6 Pro

Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro launch announced at the Pixel Fall Launch event on 19 October. This phone was released on October 28 in the United States with these features like Processor Google Tensor, FrontĀ Camera 8MP, Rear Camera 50MP + 12MP, RAM 8GB, Storage of 128GB, 256GB, Battery Capacity 4614mAh, and OS Android 12. The Google Pixel 6 series has fallen short of expectations, despite the Pixel 6 Pro’s generous 5003 mAh battery and its younger brother’s 4614 mAh battery, and not good at charging.

In late August, several complaints came. The company provided resolved this issue in September monthly update. But some of the users won’t install the update and can’t solve that issue.

In the beta version of Android 13 QPR1, some users have experienced a huge increase in battery life on the Pixel 6 Pro. When the users use the Adaptive battery feature then they need to know how to apply this feature.

The Google Pixel 6 Pro will come in Face UnlockĀ 

Face Unlock feature for Google Pixel 6 Pro users waiting for a long and finally, it came. The animation of this feature is found in the Android 13 QPR1 code. Face Unlock could have some impact on the battery life of Google Pixel 6 Pro, and Android 13 QPR1 Beta could bring significant improvements to the autonomy of the device.

At last, the Pixel 6 Pro comes with a front sensor with Dual Pixel Auto-Focus (DPAF) that allows you to create reliable depth maps of the user’s face. This feature is not present in the Google Pixel 6 or Pixel 6a.

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