Real-time translation is coming to all Google Assistant-optimized headphones and Android telephones
When Google launched the Google Assistant-enabled Pixel Buds final 12 months, one of many highlighted options of the headphone was its capability to translate in real-time utilizing Google Translate. However, till now this function was unique solely to Pixel Buds paired with a Google Pixel smartphone.
Google is now opening up the function to extra customers and bringing real-time translation capabilities to all Google Assistant-powered headphones, in response to a report from Droid-Life.
Google has up to date the support page for the Pixel Buds that reads “Google Translate is available on all Assistant-optimised headphones and Android phones. The Google Assistant on Google Pixel Buds is only available on Android and requires an Assistant-optimised Android device and data connection.”
Check out the video demonstration from the 2017 Made By Google occasion that exhibits how Google translate works on the Pixel Buds:
Some of the few headphones which are outfitted with the Google Assistant embrace the Pixel Buds, Bose Quiet Control 35 II, Sony WI-1000X, Sony WH-1000XM2, Sony WH-1000XM3, JBL Everest 710GA, JBL Everest 110GA, OnePlus Bullets and some extra include built-in Google Assistant.
If you have an interest in making an attempt out the function, all you want to do is say “Hey Google, help me speak (name of the language)” to the Google Assistant on your earphone or system.