Poll: Should Google Pixel 6a also get improved Night Sight that it missed out on with March Feature drop?
Google Pixel 6a, the mid-range phone in the Pixel 6 series, hasn’t received the improved Night Sight function that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro got with the March feature drop.
The reason behind this omission is unknown, and it has sparked some controversy among Pixel 6a users.
Should Google Pixel 6a also get the improved Night Sight feature?
Night Sight is a popular feature among Pixel users that enables them to capture stunning low-light photos.
The improved version of Night Sight on the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro promises faster and better low-light photography.
However, the Pixel 6a, which shares the same chipset and GPU with the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, missed out on this upgrade.
No point of pixel feature updates in india… They dont provide any of there features in india.. why faster night sight not available for pixel 6a which uses same tensor chip??
No faster Night Sight for the 6a? Is it not the same Tensor chip? Suddenly I don’t care that it’s delayed another week…
This has led some Pixel 6a users to question Google’s decision to exclude their phone from the update.
Some users have taken to social media platforms like Twitter to express their displeasure about the omission.Others have posted their complaints on forums like Reddit.
However, it’s worth noting that the Pixel 6 series hasn’t received the March feature drop yet, so the controversy around the Pixel 6a’s omission may not have reached its peak.
Nevertheless, it’s clear that Pixel 6a users are eager to get their hands on the improved Night Sight feature.
Therefore, we’re conducting a poll to find out what Pixel users think about this issue.
It’ll be interesting to know your take on weather Pixel 6a should also get the improved Night Sight feature.Cast your vote below and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
Should Pixel 6a get the improved Night Sight too?
- Yes (100%, 21 Votes)
- No (0%, 0 Votes)
- Never used it anyway (0%, 0 Votes)
Total Voters: 21
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