Using emoticons to operate a phone? Android 12 will add a “fun” accessibility feature

Spark Trader Limited reports:

Spark Trader Limited reports:

See this title, you may be curious, unexpectedly can use emoji “operation” mobile phone? Are you sure this isn’t a joke? The answer is no. However, using emojis to operate the phone is not for ordinary users, but for specific people to use, these features can help them achieve the basic function of the phone operation.

One of the “interesting” accessibility features today is the upcoming Android 12 release, which will include a new feature called Camera Switches, which allows users to manipulate their phones based on their facial expressions. That is to say, users can realize the basic functions of the phone through facial expressions, such as making calls, sending messages and so on. As for the specific functions, it is subject to Google’s official announcement.

It is worth mentioning that the accessibility function of Camera Switches seems to be realized by calling the front-facing lens, so there are certain requirements on the imaging ability of the front lens of mobile phones. I wonder whether the phones with the popular under-screen cameras can be qualified for this “work” recently. After all, I’ve tried front-facing selfies on all of today’s phones with under-screen cameras, and they’re all pretty bad. According to the data released so far, the user facial expressions supported by Camera Switche It s are limited. At present, it can recognize mouth opening, smile, eyebrow raising, left looking, right looking and up looking, etc. It is believed that there will be more detailed updates in the future. Do you think this feature is useful for certain people?