- Google is adding a new feature to Pixel 7 and 7a for Google Meet users.
- The update enables audio separation for conference calls using surround sound.
- Available to all Google Workspace users.
Google has announced yet another update for Pixel 7 and 7a. In this upcoming update, the Pixel 7 and 7a will be able to use a feature to differentiate audio between people on a conference call.
Folks who use Google Meet would be able to use this feature by enabling an option in the Applications setting. This feature is only available to users on Pixel 7 and 7a. With this new addition, users can differentiate between the audio of callers.
This is done by separating voices from each other by using the surround sound method. The user will listen to audio from different places depending on the caller’s position on the screen.
The audio separation feature will roll out in the upcoming weeks. This feature will be available to all Google Workspace users.
In conclusion, with the addition of this new feature, the work experience of the user will be highly enhanced. Google has been releasing a lot of Good Updates this year, so we can expect to see even more of them soon.