Google is working on ‘clear calling’ for Android phone calls

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Android call quality is progressing. | Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

The first beta for the Android 13 quarterly release includes a new “clear calling” feature that “reduces background noises during calls.” It was first spotted by Mishaal Rahman on Twitter who also tweeted directions to enable it for yourself without root, if you’re feeling bold.

The images shared by Rahman note that Clear Calling works “on most mobile networks,” is “not available for Wi-Fi calling,” and “content from your call is not sent to Google.”

Google has been flexing its noise-canceling muscles (and custom six-core audio chips) for awhile. First,…

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Author: Thomas Ricker