Google Improves Auto-Rotate Feature on it’s Pixels

Google Pixel Phones are doing quite well but still need a lot of improvement here and there. The Company is enough responsible to address and solve issues with each update. Likewise, this month’s Android security patch features a short yet significant list of bug fixes and improvements.

Many of the deep-rooted issues like volume levels, intermittent restarts, and degrading MVNO were taken care of. One particular issue of all is something a large number of users have complained about.

Yes, most of the users have complained about the auto-rotation response of the devices. Google claims to have made “further improvements for auto-rotation response in certain device orientations”, under the Sensors category of fixes.

Last week there was a poll, which the users used to grieve over the slow auto-rotation response of android devices. It seems, the Company have actually cared about the issues of the users.

Nevertheless, some users are still complaining that they can’t observe much difference regarding this particular issue, so, it’s quite not appropriate to say that improvements are actually made.

We may have to wait some more before these kinds of issues get settled. But, Google trying to address and improve such a long-standing problem is a big deal in itself.

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