Google has decided to quietly bring the Adaptive Sound feature to the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro models. The feature will help users adjust the sound quality of the smartphone depending on the environment. Adaptive Sound has been an Android feature since last year, and some of the best Android phones have their own versions of the feature. Pixel 6 series was not launched with Adaptive Sound feature but Mishaal Rahman discovered that this feature is now available on this phone.

Many, including Rahman, assumed that the feature was only released last year to fix the Pixel 5’s average speakers so it wouldn’t come to the Pixel 6 series. On the other hand, it turned out that this was not the case.

Enabling this feature lets you use your Pixel 6’s microphones to adjust sound equalizer settings based on the environment, and it works by evaluating the acoustics near you. The aim is to provide Pixel owners with enhanced sound quality, especially if your device has an average speaker. Let’s say that this feature is turned off by default and you have to turn it on by going to your phone’s settings and then finding “Adaptive Sound”.

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