Google has started rolling out visual search feature Google Lens in Assistant for the first batch of Pixel and Pixel 2 smartphones. Also Read - Samsung and LG confirm presence at in-person CES 2022Also Read - Honor phones to come with Google Mobile Services: Report
“The first users have spotted the visual search feature up and running on their Pixel and Pixel 2 phones,” 9to5Google reported late on Friday.
Built into the Photos app, Google Lens can recognize things like addresses and books, among others. In Photos, the feature can be activated when viewing any image or screenshot. However, in Google Assistant, it is integrated right into the sheet that pops up after holding down on the home button. RELATED: Google I/O 2017 Live: Google Lens lets you convert image to text for an easier life
“Lens was always intended for both Pixel 1 and 2 phones,” Google had earlier said in a statement.
The app was announced by the tech giant during Google I/O 2017. It has been designed to bring up relevant information using visual analysis. ALSO READ: Pay with Google launched to make digital payments more convenient