A new feature in Android 12 is now emerging is that you will be able to control the operating system through facial movements, exciting.
Now a fourth version of the Android 12 beta has been released where one of the big news this time is a completely new feature called Switch Access and will in turn be part of the “Android Accessibility Suite” which is filled with new features.
However, this is a function perhaps not entirely unexpected that is created that even the disabled should be able to control their Android devices and this with the help of the face. Some examples are that you can raise your eyebrows, start smiling or open your mouth to navigate around in Android.
Currently, Android 12 can handle six different facial movements, but this will expand over time and clearly in the right direction.
In the clip below, you can get a closer look at how this function works.