Android 12 beta feature lets you control your phone with your face

Summary by Ground News
Android 12 could be a big overhaul to Google's mobile operating system. The big question is whether your phone will actually receive the massive update. At launch, only a select few models will. And to qualify for an upgrade at a later date, each handset must meet the hardware requirements.
9 months ago·New York, United States

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Times of India

Android: New Android 12 beta feature lets you control your phone with your face, here’s how

The latest Android 12 beta comes with a feature that allows you to control your phone with the help of facial gestures.

9 months ago·Mumbai, India
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c|net

Android 12 is still in beta, but will your phone be compatible?

The latest Android update is coming soon. Here's how to tell if your phone can handle Google's newest mobile OS.

10 months ago·New York, United States
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Russia Today [🇷🇺-affiliated]

Eyebrow-raising and then some: new Android feature lets users control phones with facial expressions

Google is allowing users to control their Android devices using facial expressions, beefing up an accessibility feature to allow them to operate their smartphones via raised eyebrows, open mouths, and other facial gestures.Android users will gain the expanded ability to manipulate their phones with their facial expressions using a newly expanded Google feature called ‘Camera Switches’ that was recently included in the operating system’s Switch A…

9 months ago·Russian Federation
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Tech Radar

Android 12 accessibility win: navigate around your phone with your face

While the Android 12 beta has been available for months, new features are being discovered all the time – like one that allows users to control their phone with their face.The feature, which was first noticed by Droid Life via Twitter user Hani Mohamed Bioud, adds the feature specifically to expand accessibility, though there’s nothing stopping other users who have downloaded the early version of Android 12 from trying it out.You haven't talked …

9 months ago·United Kingdom
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The Verge

Beta Android accessibility feature uses facial expressions to control your phone

Illustration by Alex Castro / The VergeGoogle is developing a new accessibility feature for Android that lets you control a phone using facial expressions like a smile or raised eyebrows, XDA Developers reports. The “Camera Switch” feature has arrived with version 12 of Android’s Accessibility Suite app, released alongside Android 12’s fourth beta. The new version of the app isn’t available via Google Play just yet, XDA reports, but there’s an A…

10 months ago·United States
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Engadget

Android 12 beta feature lets you control your phone with your face

Google's Android Accessibility Suite beta app update lets you control your phone using face gestures.

10 months ago·United States
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