Google had brought the Adaptive Sound feature at the end of last year. It was first seen in the Pixel 4a 5G and the Pixel 5 during a Pixel feature drop, however, now it is available for the Pixel 6 series.
The Adaptive Sound is designed to improve the phone’s audio output by processing audio locally and tweaking the equalizer and audio output based on the user’s surroundings.
Furthermore, this feature was re-introduced to the Pixel 6 series via a silent update. It can be found in the system settings under the “Adaptive Sound” section. Users can also enable or disable this feature according to their preferences.
Moreover, it looks like this feature is a great addition but how useful it is might depend on the user’s need.
via: xda-developers.com / Twitter