When the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A 5G arrive, they will include an initial preview of Google’s new feature for the phone app, the duplex-powered “Catch for Me.” Mentioned during the launch night presentation and explained in a blog post, it allows you to wait for a Google assistant and wait for someone’s choice when a business catches you.
Hold on for me, the elevator saves you and your ears from hours of music.
When you hold on, Google Assistant will wait and be ready to talk when someone comes on the line. You’ll love it, as long as the elevator music doesn’t jam you. Http: //t.co/Jieau9GfMQ #Lachnitein # Pixel 5g pic.twitter.com/Ap6V4eJfq8
– Made by Google (medbigugal) September 30, 2020
It features touch screen and follows verified calls as new features that use the assistant to make phone calls less annoying, and AI can capture music and redesign duplex development once someone has created a notification. Giving. According to Google, you’ll see caps produced in real-time on your phone’s screen to let you know, as Duplex can tell you when it’s going to capture a recorded message.