Pixel 2 will go into Do Not Disturb mode while you driving

Pixel 2 smartphones have this life-saving feature.

    The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are hitting the headlines almost everyday after their launch as these smartphones have many new features and highlights. The recent one that has emerged online suggests that these phones will have a life saving feature.

    Pixel 2 will go into Do Not Disturb mode while you driving

    Well, these two Pixel smartphones those were launched earlier this week with a Do Not Disturb feature under the Driving tab. This feature that disables the phone from alerting you regarding incoming texts and calls if it detects that you are in a moving vehicle. In that case, when you are behind the wheel, you will be focused only on driving and not on your phone. This feature comes handy in a situation when using deaths due to distracted driving is on the rise.

    The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones have sensors in the phone to tell the device that you are in a car that is moving. Unfortunately, there is no way to differentiate between the passenger and driver in the same car. So, even if you are not driving, the Pixel 2 will go to the Do Not Disturb mode until you disable the feature. Otherwise, whenever this feature is enabled, it will turn on automatically when you are in a moving car.

    The presence of the Do Not Disturb feature was found in a Google Play Store listing of the Pixel Ambient Services app via AndroidPolice. This app lets users find the name of the tune within the earshot.

    Notably, the users of the Pixel 2 can disable the feature if they do not want to miss out on notifications. But if you want to be safe, then you should turn it on to be focused on on the road ahead of you.

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