Then he paused, to increase: "There is one particular other issue which is superior about the Pixel".
As we noted in our Pixel 4 review, the Recorder app is an excellent product.
As per a report, the aspect doesn't seem to make the most of the Soli radar chip on the Pixel Four association, somewhat relying on the entrance digicam to acknowledge if a consumer is looking on the display screen.
Google didn't specifically say which Pixel models will get it, or when they will receive the update that contains it, but it's coming and that's all that matters.
Live caption to add up in Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a models but it might not come to Pixel 2 users. Once the support does arrive, users will be able to head over to the Google Play Store and directly download the app - it will, once the update arrives, list the older Pixel devices as compatible on the app's store page.
And well, you no longer need a shiny new Pixel 4 to experience this, but any Android 9+ device is good enough.
The Recorder app in action. The best thing about this AI-enabled transcribing app that converts audio into text is that it doesn't even require an internet connection.
The dual exposure mode is also coming to Old pixel models but not sure which series.
In addition to that, you can add title, location to save your recordings as well as use the transcript feature to the transcript your voice recording which can be shared, saved to Google Drive, and can be deleted too. With Hawking's voiceover, it reminded us to search up at the stars and choose pictures with the Pixel 4's Evening Sight. Astrophotography mode which allows to click image in low light or dark environment is already available in some of the Pixel 3 phones and reaming will soon get the update.