If you are a Pixel owner, but don't see the new Google Lens icon in Assistant, the company has said the rollout will take place over the "coming weeks".
A spiritual successor to the Google Goggles app, Google Lens offers information to you based on the visual analysis of an object. Google Lens is also available in Google Photos so you don't have to fret if you missed the moment, as long as you didn't miss taking a picture.
As hinted at a few weeks back, and seen by a lucky few over the last week - Google Lens is coming to the Assistant on Pixel phones.
Google says Lens in the Assistant will begin rolling out to English-speaking Pixel users in the U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada, India, and Singapore over the coming weeks.
Art, books and movies: Learn more about a movie, from the trailer to reviews, right from the poster.
Text: Save information from business cards, follow URLs, call phone numbers and navigate to addresses.
Landmarks: Recognize landmarks and learn about their history. Google Lens also allows you to add details, like the movie release date or a gallery opening, directly to your calendar.
Google's flagship Pixel 2 smartphone went on sale in India this month at a starting price of Rs 61,000 for the 64GB variant.
Use Google Lens to scan a barcode and it will instantly give you additional information about the product.
With the feature, you can simply point your camera at a landmark and Assistant will be able to identify what it is and tell you more about it.
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