Android’s Live Caption Feature Awaited to Work with Voice and Video Calls

If you like to see captions as long as you’re speaking with a friend over the phone, then Google has excellent news for you. The Live Caption feature from Android receives support for voice and video calls as well. Previously, the feature was available only in the case of videos played on your phone.

Google itself made the big announcement of enhancing the availability of the Live Caption feature. The feature became available for the Pixel 2, 3, 3A, and 4 as well. It already started to roll out, and shortly all those owning the smartphones mentioned earlier will get the feature.

The Pixel 4a will also get the feature

The Google Pixel 4a smartphone arrives in stores starting on August 20 after being announced officially yesterday, August 3. With this gadget, Google seems to had been learned something from the failure with the Pixel 4 phone. Pixel 4a is powered by a Snapdragon 730G processor accompanied by a 4G modem. The gadget is perfect for storing videos and large files, as it has an internal storage of 128GB and 6GB of RAM to be sure that the user will run his favorite apps smoothly and also display webpages fast.

The display of the Pixel 4a device is also pretty generous, as it’s of OLED type, it measures 5,8 inches, and it packs a Full HD+ resolution of 2,340 x 1,080 pixels. This screen will be displaying images captured with the 12-megapixel camera that’s also accompanied by optical stabilization. We certainly cannot overlook the amazing video recording in the 4K quality and with 30 frames-per-second. Buying a Pixel 4a phone will also grant you a three-month subscription for YouTube Premium, Google Play Pass, and Google One.

Are you also eager to put to the test the Live Caption feature while you’re talking to a friend or foe over the phone?

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