Google's Android 12 might
allow users to control phone
with face gestures
American tech-giant Google is working on a new Android 12 accessibility feature to let users
control their phone using facial expressions.
Mashable India quoted a report by XDADevelopers that says the 'Camera Switches feature',
which is one of the accessibility services in the Android Accessibility Suite app, will support
setting gestures to specific controls.
Google Android 12
Smiling, opening the mouth, and looking out right, left, or down are reportedly the possible
gestures, the app will include.
The corresponding camera actions include getting to the homepage, scrolling backward and
forward, and selecting. The app will also allow the users to adjust the gesture size and duration.