Google is designing a new Android feature to increase the clarity of your carrier calls and reduce background noise. This is called the Clear Calling feature. According to media reports, it was discovered in the latest Android 13 Quarterly Platform Release (QPR1 Beta). According to the report, this feature will work for calls on most mobile networks. Will not support on Wi-Fi calling. The information on the Settings page suggests that your call content will not be shared with Google.
The noise cancellation feature of Google Meet is also there to remove background noise. Such as the sound of typing, the sound of a door closing, noise from nearby construction sites, etc. With Clear Calling, Google can eliminate noise sources to make Android smartphones better. These days, with internet connection through mobile data, smartphone users have the option of using voice calling apps to improve their call quality.
According to Mishal Rahman, who initially reported the feature, it will work for “most mobile networks”, which means more people could benefit from the change as it is not necessarily hardware dependent.
no official announcement yet
As far as checking the feature on your Android smartphone is concerned, we suggest you wait a bit for the official announcement from Google. According to reports, if you have the knowledge to use ADB commands, you can turn on Clear Calling on your Android phone right now. Once enabled, you can use the toggle for convenience in the Sound & Vibration menu. However, it is not clear whether it will work as expected now as Google has not made it official.
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