All of these together account for about 100 Million users, although Google says it's working with more partners to make it available on other phones too.
Google has finally made the decision to launch the first Android Go smartphone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 this weekend. To get the feature, head over to the Play Store and update the Google Photos (Android/iOS) app.
Google released Android Oreo Go in December, touting a lightweight version of Android that leaves twice the amount of space on storage-constrained, low-end smartphones.
Google has been doing more to support high-end devices that have the computing power for artificial intelligence, and ARCore is one way Android can compete with Apple's luxury handsets. Developers without access to a supported phone can use the emulator bundled in the latest Android Studio beta.
Potentially more interesting when it comes to general objective use is the updates to Google Lens which in my opinion is one of the coolest things Android does right now.
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Singh said that the whole issue was a conspiracy to "bring down the Delhi government" and to "defame the AAP". Meanwhile, the court on Thursday sent the two AAP MLAs Amanatullah Khan and Prakash Jarwal to Tihar Jail.
"Through this collaboration, we've built a Lens experience that is totally immersive and unique, transporting Snapchatters onto FC Barcelona's legendary Camp Nou", said Eitan Pilipski, vice president of Snap's camera platform, in a press statement. The Google employee then also noted that the "engineering team has added this feature" and that it would be present "in a future Android release".
Google today revealed it is expanding the preview for its Lens service, bringing the AI-driven image recognition system to all Google Photos English-language users on both Android and iOS in the coming weeks.
Since Google Lens' launch, the company has added text selection features and the ability to create contacts and events from a photo with one tap. "As these technologies continue to grow, we'll see more ways that they can help people have fun and get more done on their phones". Google says Lens will soon be able to recognize common animals and plants, including specific dog breeds and flowers.