Samsung Galaxy S20 will have Google’s Live Caption feature and integrated Duo video calling

At the Galaxy Unpacked 2020, Samsung announced the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra with many new features, and camera improvements.

During the event, the company announced that the Live Caption feature will be available on the Galaxy S20. The Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra will be the first non-Pixel smartphone to have the Live Caption feature. Google unveiled the Live Caption feature during Google I/O 2019 with the Google Pixel 4. This accessibility feature automatically provides captions in real-time for the audio.

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During the Unpacked 2020 event, Samsung has also announced that it’s going to integrate Google Duo video calling on the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip.

With 5G, Samsung enhances the video calling experience through deep integration with Google Duo, bringing new Duo features first to Galaxy S20. Now, from the dialer, you can tap Duo to start a video call and enjoy, for the first time ever, full HD quality.

Google Duo is compatible across operating systems, so you are not limited to who you can video chat with. You can use the wide-angle camera on the Galaxy S20 series to add entire family or friends in the frame. Additionally, you can talk to up to 8 friends, at once. Google Duo will support a brand new UI for the Galaxy Z Flip, it will split the in-call view in half.

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