Google's Digital Wellbeing service is one such app, promising to transparently track and measure phone usage while offering ways to minimise screen time in certain apps. The affected devices range from the Pixel 3 variants all the way to the original Pixel from 2016.
Google Pixel 3 XL.
At present, the only fix seems to be to disable the app's access to certain Android OS features - which does cripple its capabilities to a certain degree. This does somewhat cripple its capabilities but also helps alleviate apparent slowdowns. Open Settings and search for "Usage Access" and tap on the relevant result.
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It remains unclear how an app installed on a smartphone will be able to detect a vehicle accident, or whether this feature will eventually roll out to other Android devices apart from Google's Pixel smartphones. If your phone does have it, though, you could try turning it off and see if it makes for a significant improvement in performance.
Ads that have started showing up around the United States take on Apple with a direct price comparison between the iPhone X and the Pixel 3a. However, several Redditors claim that disabling the feature smoothen out framerate issues, as well as improve the speed and fluidity of everyday actions like switching between apps. We disabled Digital Wellbeing just to make sure, and it appeared to be just as fast with it disabled as it was with it enabled.
It is best to note that Google isn't the first to have their devices have desktop mode support, as companies like Samsung and Huawei have had high-end models of their smartphones come with the feature pre-installed.