In the absence of a few weeks to be able to test the first beta version of Android 12, we continue to see the changes and news that the development versions bring. The last to arrive was Developer Preview 2.1, which corrected a problem with the WebView system.
What we did not know is that it integrated, at least in Pixel mobiles, a new translation function directly in multitasking.
One button to translate any text with Google Lens
Several years ago, Google began to implement certain changes to the multitasking screen, with the inclusion of some buttons, at least on Pixel phones. We already know that each manufacturer can then modify a large part of the Android functions.
However, it has not been until now that we have seen the integration of Google Lens within the application change window, a button appearing under each card if its language is not the one we have on our device.
This allows us to translate a text from any language to ours with one touch.
This integration lets us see that Google wants practically all the services it has to end up integrating with its powerful translator through Google Lens.
At the moment it seems that it only works on some Pixel models that use the latest version of Android 12, and we do not know if it is one of those functions that will end up reaching all terminals when the stable version is released or if on the contrary it will fall from the final list of features.
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