Google has launched a “Feature Drops” update program for the Pixel family, regularly bringing a range of new features to its flagship. In the first round of updates released in December, new features such as automatic call screening, enhanced portrait mode, and memory management were optimized. In fact, there are some changes that are not listed in Google’s update log, but they do make it easier for users to use them every day.
According to Amishal Rahman, editor-in-chief of XDA-Developers, he wrote: “You may have overlooked the enabled dual-band GNSS support in the December update for Pixel 4. Your phone can now connect to the L5 and E5a bands. “
In a follow-up tweet, he wrote: “The Pixel Feature Drops in this issue may have vaguely mentioned this: by improving device computing to provide better location quality, you can get faster and more accurate positioning in Google Maps.”
In addition, e-SIM card support is also available for T-Mobile network operators in this issue of Feature Drops. This means that subscribers can access the T-Mobile network using a programmable SIM “card slot” and also use other carrier networks through the physical SIM card slot. Dual-card dual-wait (DSDS) feature sits without switching before using the line.