Google has just recently announced the new release of their new Google Pixel 6.
With the help of its Tensor chip, the Pixel 6 can translate text as the users type. This is called the Live Translate feature. The translation is handled by the Private Compute Core rather than in the cloud, so the devixe can convert what the user is writing into other languages, almost instanteneously. The language includes:
This feature will come in handy for chatting with people from around the world, or when travelling with limited data and WiFi connectivity. This is only one out of many of the features from the release of Google Pixel 6.
The Tensor chip will also improve the Assistant’s usability. When users need to contact a call center, it will generate an automated on-screen menu, assisting those with hearing disability.
For more information about the features of Live Translate feature, visit engaget’s website for the review.
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