Google Lens now arriving to the Google Pixels and Pixel 2s

Google Confirms to Fix Pixel 2 Buzzing Noise in an Upcoming Update

After introducing saturated mode to diffuse the Pixel 2 owners' anger over the device's OLED screen uneven brightness issue, Google has announced to roll-out software to patch a couple of bugs in its Android flagship phones. According to Google Forums, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 customers have experienced unusual image banding in their photos and videos, taken via front and rear cameras with LED flash. It will soon be integrated into the camera and other apps.

Recent reports have revealed that Google Lens has appeared to be available on the viewfinder of the Google Assistant. Some users are also seeing a lens button in Google Assistant, you just need to tap it to open up the camera and take a photo and Lens will tell you the details about it. Simply point at any object or thing in your surrounding and the Lens will try to bring up information on that via a carousel of suggestions. It will be able to identify it, look through the web for more information, and even launch other apps related to it.

Google Lens was unveiled at the company's annual developer conference I/O 2017. For those who have yet to receive the unexpected integration, they will still have to snap a photo and go to Google Photos app to use the capabilities of the Lens. The feature works similar to what Samsung introduced with its Bixby assistant. Multiple users have experienced trouble in operating the Google Assistant via Bluetooth headphones in Pixel 2 devices, however, Pixel 2 XL customers have reported unresponsive touch near the edges of the display.

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