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Technology Google Lens is now available for some non-Pixel Android phones

09:37  07 march  2018
09:37  07 march  2018 Source:   engadget.com

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Google Lens is making it way from the Pixel to Android devices and iPhones alike starting today. In a roundabout way, that is. The announcement was first made at Mobile World Congress. You should see an overlay on your photos indicating that it 's available for the Lens treatment.

How To Enable Google Lens On Non Pixel Devices! The lawsuit provides some clarification around what may have been stolen. Select Android phones will also be able to access lens via the Assistant. Google Lens is now available for some non - Pixel Android phones

a close up of a sign © Provided by Engadget Google Lens is making it way from the Pixel to Android devices and iPhones alike starting today. In a roundabout way, that is. The AI-powered photo analyzing app will live inside Assistant in Google Photos, as spotted by 9to5 Gooogle. The announcement was first made at Mobile World Congress. You should see an overlay on your photos indicating that it's available for the Lens treatment. The Android roll-out is happening right now, so if you don't see the update you might need to be patient. Apple fans, however, will have to make do with an ambiguous "coming soon."

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