Android 13 QPR1 Beta shows that Google is working on a feature called “Clear Calling”
Rahman points out that Google is reportedly working on a feature called Clear Calling which puts the emphasis on the “phone” part of a smartphone. What this does is lower and possibly eliminate the background noise heard during a call. While it will work with most wireless providers, the feature does not work with “Wi-Fi Calling.” The latter allows smartphone users to make and take calls over a Wi-Fi network rather than use a cellular network.
Clear Calling will remove annoying background noise from your calls
For those worrying about Google having access to their calls with the new Clear Calling feature, Rahman says that the content from your calls is not sent to Google. Wojciechowski says that he found an update for the rumored Pixel Ultra which now features two IMX712 image sensors with one listed as ultra-wide. The other IMX712 sensor seemingly drives a 13MP front-facing camera.
Another potential feature mentioned by Rahman that was discovered in the Android 13 QPR1 Beta is spatial audio. This allows users to have a sense of where the sounds they are listening to are coming from. Also called “3D Audio,” sound is placed 360 degrees around the listener allowing him to determine if the source of the sound he hears is from in front of him, behind him, to the left, or the right.
Here is how you can join the Android 13 QPR1 Beta
You better back up your phone before installing the beta because if the update is too unstable for you, to exit the beta program you will have to wipe your phone. On the other hand, if you can hold on until the stable version of the feature drop is released in December, you can then exit the Beta program gracefully and without having to wipe your data.