Google Lens comes to all Android Phones with Google Photos

Google Lens comes to all Android Phones with Google Photos

Google has officially announced that it will be bringing its Google Lens feature to the latest version of Google Photos app for Android. Google Lens, which made its debut in Google's flagship smartphone Pixel 2 a year ago is a photo analyzing app powered by AI that resides in Google Photos.

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In the Google Photos app, there is a Lens symbol that appears below every photo taken by the user, like the one seen on the Assistant. In order to use the Google Lens in an Android smartphone, all you need to do is to choose a picture from the Google Photos app.

Google Lens is powered by a computer vision system which lets users point their handset's camera at an object and get information about it in real-time.

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Are you excited to try out Google Lens if you haven't already?

Will Lens work for your Android device? The options displayed will depend on the information Google gleans from your photo.

We still can't forget company CEO Sundar Pichai's Google Lens demo at the Google I/O 2017 event. It's taken almost a year, but as of Monday, the feature has begun rolling out to all Android phones with the latest version of Google Photos installed.

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