This is the Android P Developer Preview 1 Easter egg
- Author: Kyle Warner Mar 08, 2018,
Mar 08, 2018, 1:24
Google Lens is a feature that will allow more and more users to embrace their smartphones as discovery and learning tools.
Here is our first hands-on experience with the Google Lens Preview for Android. Currently, not all Android users might have the feature in their Photos app because Google is pushing the update in batches. Lens in Google Photos app will also roll out for iOS users soon, says the company, but there is no clear timeline for the same. However, after the Pixel 2 XL got the Android 8.1 update, the proximity sensor started behaving differently on some devices.
Google originally announced its plans to expand Lens out to more devices at Mobile World Congress last week.
Google has announced that it is rolling out Google Lens to all Android users that run Google Photos app on their devices. Primarily, the Lens is a virtual search engine which uses the phone's rear camera and tends to recognise your images - such as business cards or a dog's breed, amongst other things. This AI technology is used to get information on objects, buildings and products.
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Lens basically works like a "smart" magnifying glass.
Powered by AI, Google Lens can do many things like scanning business cards, bar codes, identifying objects or monuments, finding book reviews, etc., in real-time.
AI-powered Google Lens is undoubtedly a highly-advanced camera feature that can turn a somber photo session into a lively infotainment interaction. It also said that, starting in November 2018, all apps sent through to the Google Play Store will need to target Android Oreo or newer, and, by next year, they will need to support 64-bit hardware. As far as the March security patch is concerned, the update comes with OPM1.171019.021 for Pixel series, OPM1.171019.021 for Pixel 2 series, OPM5.171019.017 for Nexus 6P and OPM5.171019.017 for Nexus 5X. Lucky for you, the user moneytoo over at the XDA Forums has created the Pay Enabler app to solve this issue.
Another notable aspect of Google Lens is its capability to perceive information within a photo and accurately carry out the function.