Google Wallpapers brings fresh new wallpapers, but the best are Pixel

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However, that's never really been the case with Android, with Google's Hangouts and Duo apps failing to offer the same levels of integration.

The important thing which users need to know about this video call is that through Google Duo any of their video calls can get connected to any handheld device where the app is installed. This means that users can start a video call directly from within the Google Phone, Contacts, and Android Messages app. There will be more devices supported with the Duo video calling integration later on. Finally, the Android messages app will let someone initiate a chat directly from a conversation.

So, just how do you make a video call with the new integration?

The function that allows you to take screenshots on your smartphone has been one of the most useful ever since the introduction of Android and iOS smartphones. You also need to be running Android 7 or later, as well as the other person in the video call. Is taking a screenshot on Google Pixel 2 more hard than it is on other Android smartphones?


Right now, Google is only making the new feature available on the Pixel, Pixel 2, Android One, and Nexus phones.

The Pixel 2 is already available for preorder from Verizon, and the 64 GB Pixel 2 will cost $27.08 per month with a two-year installment plan, while the 128 GB variant will be at $31.24 per month.

Meanwhile, it appears that the other categories have also been refreshed with Pixel-exclusive wallpapers, like the "Rainy Day" one seen on the Pixel 2.

"We're working with our carrier and device partners to bring this experience to more Android devices over time", Google added in the blog post.

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