Pixel 7a phones hide “exclusive” feature: adaptive notification vibration

The Pixel 7a, Google’s latest mid-range phone release, has now discovered a new feature not found on any other Pixel phone that allows the phone to automatically reduce vibration intensity when the screen is facing up, though the feature may eventually be applied to other Pixel phones. The feature is found in the Pixel 7a Settings – Sound and Vibration – Vibration and Haptics and is called “Adaptive Notification Vibration.

According to the description, Adaptive Notification Vibration “reduces the intensity of the vibration when the phone is stationary and the screen is facing upward,” which is somewhat less intrusive. The feature currently does not allow users to customize the level of vibration intensity that can be reduced.

Google also recently released a support document for the feature, but the document does not explain how Adaptive Notification Vibration works, only how to turn it on.
Google had hidden the “Adaptive Notification Vibration” beta feature on the Pixel phone Android 13 QPR2 Beta 1, but it was not officially launched for other Pixel phones.

Google Pixel 7a new phone with Tensor G2 chip, with 6.1-inch FHD + gOLED display, support 90Hz refresh rate, has 4385mAh battery, and 18W wired charging + 7.5W wireless charging; 64MP main camera + 13MP ultra-wide angle dual camera, front 13MP lens; support IP67 dust and water resistance, weight of 193g, also supports under-screen fingerprint, Bluetooth 5.3, Wi-Fi 6E, etc.

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