The feature got announced for the first time back at Google’s hardware event held in October, while, at that moment, it was only limited to the latest Pixel 3 handset by the company. Due to security reasons, it is offered through opt-in, suggesting that you are supposed to tick the box in settings.
Adding that sort of access to the lock screen can certainly open your handset (and by using as extension you) to hateful parties. While you once set that up, it is just going to respond to your own voice (but for, obviously, someone having access to your handset is able to do a really good impression of you).
When a user enables it, then you are able to obtain restaurant recommendations, schedule reminders and turn off alarms, among rest of the features, all not having the need to unlock the handset. No exact time was specified as to when it is going to come on the particular models.
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