9 that goes from home to car. Google Google talked about their plans for Lens and AR showed a more personal page of Google Assistant debuted cheaper Pixel 3A and 3A XL phones and revealed new features in Android Q .
Among his messages, Google talked about a new feature "Personal references" in Google Assistant, an easier way to enable dark mode in Android Q, a 10-screen and camera for new Google Nest Hub Max, affordable Pixel phones with top camera, and a new version of Duplex that is less nasty.
Here's all that Google announced at its latest developer conference.
Google Lens and AR
To start the morning's keynote, Google showed how Google Search and the lens squeeze into deeper phone usage for AR – and take a big white shark on stage.
Unveiled at last year's Google I / O, Duplex began as an automatic method of calling on your behalf to perform some services, such as booking at a restaurant with natural conversation. Today, Google said it intends to include Duplex on the web, helping you complete tasks in multiple locations.
Speaking of assistant took a good part of the key, because tech giant said it extends the reach of his personal intelligence personal helpmate to make it much more useful in several places, including in the car.
Expected to send sometime in the summer or fall, Android Q will focus on improving privacy and providing more useful messages and offering a collection of useful extensions. And a dark theme! Today, Google also showed support for folding Android phones and said beta 3 of Android Q is available now.
Hub Max and Google's Smart Home Furnishings
Google said it reworked its smart home line and combines its home-based and Google Home smart devices into the Google Nest brand. The merged range of smart home devices features the new Google Nest Hub Max, which plays a 10-inch screen.
Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL
The new Pixel 3A and Pixel 3A XL Android phones Google have rolled out today are cheaper versions of Google's high-end Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL devices. The new phones are an affordable way to get it straightened up the Android experience – and Google's phenomenal camera.
Google uses AI and voice recognition technology to help disabled people live more autonomous and autonomous lives. Its technology can also capture things missing from trained oncologists, the company says.
Google announced that it will follow in other browsers footsteps to protect privacy.
Originally published May 4, 12:53 pm PT. Updates, May 7, 10:19 am PT: Adds details from the conference; 10:54 a.m. 11:10 am 11:22 a.m .; 12:03 p.m. and 1:08 pm: Further details from the conference. May 10: Adds additional details.
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