Same set up as me. It works, but just not everytime, and a bit slow, and I guess I am spoiled by the Pixel 3. At least mine worked flawlessly and fast. Never had to think about it. Only thing that stumped it was wrinkled fingers after doing dishes!Mines been fine now that I've got accustomed to it I guess? Muscle memory and all that. Used to pressing "hard" now too. Only fails lately are when my hands are damp or dirty. I don't think I've really noticed any difference from last week to this week.
I have index and thumb on both hands setup. Use my index finger when the phone is on my desk, thumb when I'm holding it in my hands.
Hard to say whether or not the Tensor is an advantage over other phones. I don't have other phones to compare it to beyond my Pixel 3Reading the gsmarena review rn. Hmm, after reading reviews of both pro and non-Pro pixels, I would actually favor more the non-pro version. Do you guys find the new Tensor CPU gives you any advantage compared to other phones? I assume the S22 will also get the Tensor CPU. What irked me at Samsung before was both overpricing and leaving the customers high and dry with the software updates. From that pov, I will probably choose the Pixel 6 when the time comes. It would be a return to Google after a long break, from the times of Nexus 6, as I still have one around, I really loved that phone.
Yes sorry I meant to comment on that in my post. I would have been surprised if Google sold the Tensor to anyone else in the short term. I'm thinking they are hoping it finally gives them an edge to sell more Pixels. To the tech informed it should. It made a difference for me purchasing. But for the masses? I don't think they really know or care.Looks like the S22 lineup is not getting the Tensor CPU, looks like Google wants to keep the advantage just for them.