Poco F1 Android 12 Live Translate: Google has launched its Pixel 6 series phones lately powered by their all-new Android 12. The phone comes with some amazing features. Live Translate is one of them. The feature boasts the capability to become your translator wherever you go. Live Translate is like the improved version of Google Translate. Google Translate has become a prominent feature lately. The feature is even integrated into services like Twitter and YouTube. The only drawback with it is, it only works when the device is online. Its Android app allows you to download certain languages for offline translations. However, the app requires a constant internet connection to work properly.
The Live Translate feature in Android 12 works perfectly even when your device went offline. Above all, this feature can even translate a YouTube video into another language in conjunction with the Pixel series Live Caption feature. The feature can translate incoming messages, text in the viewfinder, and transcribed audio — even when your device is offline. Google flaunted the feature as a pixel exclusive. According to Google, their Tensor embedded Pixel phones are the only perfect match for it. However, a recent event contradicts this and proves that you don’t need a Tensor powered phone to make it work.
Live Translate on POCO F1, How?
Custom ROMs and Porting can help older devices run the latest operating systems without any hassle. For instance, you can run Android 12 on Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 even though it is stopped at Android 10. Devices like these are allowing us to witness new features even though they are not officially able to get them. POCO F1 is one of those devices. The phone has already got some close to stable ports based on Android 12.
Developers from OOfgang, Cherish and Arrow has successfully ported Android 12 to work on POCO F1. In other words, F1 users can see the Android 12 although the model stopped receiving updates. A user from YouTube posted the video below showcasing every aspect of it working perfectly. He even pitted it against Pixel 6 Pro and it almost worked just as same.
POCO F1 is a three-year-old phone and is powered by Snapdragon 845, a flagship-grade chipset at that time. On the other hand Pixel 6 Pro is powered by the Tensor chipset that came straight from the cooperation of Google & Samsung.
POCO F1 did match the translation speeds on par with Pixel 6 Pro. However, the initial invoke & conversion speeds are considerably higher on Pixel 6 Pro. For me, it is quite negligible as Snapdragon 845 came way back than Tensor.
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