More studies about the use of sensors to track you with your Android phone:https://venetosmani.com/publications/Speech_Activity_Detection_Using_Accelerometer_IEEE_EMBC_2012.pdfhttps://crypto.stanford.edu/gyrophone/files/gyromic.pdfhttps://dl.acm.org/doi/pdf/10.1145/3309074.3309076
A sensor permission toggle like GrapheneOS has is the perfect answer to that.
If I remember well, on other Android distributions, you can have a global permission toggle for sensors if you search for it in developer options.
However, this is clearly not a fine-grained solution.
Just a single-user instance, nothing fancy here. I won't bite, I promise.