The Android 13 quarterly release’s first beta contains a new “clear calling” feature that “reduces background disturbances during conversations.” It was discovered on Twitter by Mishaal Rahman, who also provided instructions on how to activate it without root if you’re feeling brave.
Manually enabled "Clear Calling" settings. Don't want to bother testing it, but here's a first look! pic.twitter.com/JUYPxlXiSN
— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) September 8, 2022
According to Rahman’s photos, Clear Calling is accessible “on most mobile networks,” is “not available for Wi-Fi calling,” and “content from your call is not transferred to Google.”
For quite some time, Google has been stretching its noise-cancelling muscles (and special six-core audio processors). First, and most impressively, by utilising AI to minimise background sounds in Google Meet, such as the cracking of snack bags, laptop clicks, and dogs barking. Recently, the business released the $199 Pixel Buds Pro, the company’s first earbuds with active noise cancellation.