Google Lens has been one of the burning topics out of Google I/O, this present year. Throughout the show, Google has stated (and showed) that numerous OEMs are going to have live processing built straight into their camera apps, that we have seen from the time when going live for a few phones created by OnePlus, Sony, Motorola, and ASUS. In the meantime, Google’s own Pixel and Nexus phones have been left somewhat at the back of the curve, at least till this day. At last, the most recent update to the Google Camera app presents Lens mode to Nexus, Pixel, and rest of the Google-supported phones.
In order to find the Lens mode, simply open the navigation drawer by tapping the hamburger icon that is present at the top left or simply swipe from the left edge to the center. It works in the same way as it does in the the standalone app and Google Assistant, so nothing really is there to this change that we hadn’t had previously, but it is just one further method to reach Lens in case it is more memorable or easy from one moment to the next. The behaviors and performance seem to match, and it appears as if all of the main features are present there, such as copying or recognizing text or just reading barcodes.
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