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The Google blog also said that a feature to switch an ongoing audio call to a video call will be added by the year’s end. The company is currently rolling out this feature to first generation Pixel devices, Android One phones and Nexus devices. Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, the company’s latest smartphones will come with the direct video callingWhere to buy 2999 2999 2999 feature. Google has said that it is in talks with its device and carrier partners to bring the functionality to more Android devices with time. It is worth noting that users need to update their Phone, Contacts, Android Messages and the google duoWhere to buy 6999 apps to the latest version to use the new feature.
With this feature, Google is introducing the same functionality as Apple’s FaceTime. The FaceTime app allows iOS users to directly place a video call without leaving the phone or contacts app. Google had recently integrated the Duo app with its Pixel devices. The app is now deeply integrated with google pixelWhere to buy 44000 49000’s Contacts app and Android Messages app.
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