The Pixel 8 will reportedly support this feature, but it remains unclear whether the Pixel 6 and 7 series devices will be compatible. A new Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) definition called "hardware.google.bluetooth.power_off_finder" appeared in the Android 14 source code. According to code comments, Finder Network keys will be loaded onto the device's Bluetooth chip, which will remain on even when the phone is turned off.
This new feature is a game-changer for Android users, as it will give them peace of mind knowing that they can locate their lost or stolen devices even when they are turned off. It is not yet clear when this feature will be released, but it is expected to be a part of future Android updates.