Tech giant Google has been working on a newer version of the Android operating system (OS) and is expected to get released this year in the fall if the company sticks to its usual schedule. Before the official rollout, there will be several beta versions.
As per reports, Google is working on a new feature termed as ‘Smart Auto rotate. Though the particulars aren’t known yet, Google says that it could be a face-based one. That is, using the front-facing camera, the screen will be rotated automatically according to your face position.
For recognizing the position of the face, Google might use an algorithm where the front camera sensor captures the view of the user’s face. People don’t have to worry about their privacy issues as Google would mostly capture/process the data locally.
Also, if Google were to bring it to the final version, it should roll out to the Google Pixels first before launching on other devices.
The new Android 12 is determining out to be a great upgrade with a lot more changes than we expected.