Tuesday, 23 April, 2019

Pixel Buds’ real-time translation feature coming to all Google Assistant headphones

Google unlocks real-time translation on all Assistant-optimized headphones Google Pixel camera app to soon support external mics
Cecil Davis | 15 October, 2018, 21:33

Furthermore, the publication writes that this change was expected as Korean electronic giant, LG's newly released LG Tone SE Neckbuds and the USB Type-C headphones that are included in the box with the newly launched Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL headphones both come with the real-time translate feature.

Since the Google Pixel was first launched, it has been known to have one of the best camera technologies on a mobile device.

This wasn't something that was originally announced with the Google Pixel 3, but is now coming thanks to a software upgrade.

"At the same time as "Pixel 3" launch (October 18), we will introduce support for Android-compatible plugged-in external microphones in the default camera app for all Pixels", a Pixel employee said on an old post on Google product.

Previously the capability of Google Translate to follow a live conversation and relay the translation directly to someone via headphones was only supported on Pixel Buds through Pixel phones.

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Real-time translation was already available on the Google Pixel buds. The page now says "Google Translate is available on all Assistant-optimized headphones and Android phones" where it used to say that the option works only when Pixel Buds headphones are paired with Pixel phones. There have been a number of new updates to Google Assistant recently.

"I hope you all enjoy the update".

"Hi, folks-Isaac here from the Pixel Camera engineering team".

To be clear, the Google Pixel 3 still shows promising camera functions and image outputs based on the official unveiling event earlier this month and hands-on reviews. People can now pre-order the Google Pixel 3 with a price starting at $799.