Google Assistant Exclusive to Pixel Phones
Google has just unveiled its all new Google Pixel phone to the public. With it comes a tremendous amount of expectations surrounding the device's features. Google has just also showcased its newest Artificial Intelligence character - the Google Assistant.
Yes, it is worthy to be called as the most advanced A.I. today, better than Apple's Siri. But the downside is that it will only be for Google Pixel phones, and will remain that way unless they say otherwise.
Google Assistant is for Google Pixel Only
The worst thing is that the nonstop customer service support service is also not included in the whole deal. According to Android Police last Tuesday, these new features will only be exclusive for the new Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL, this is in line with the change log that Android 7.1 Nougat has.
TechCrunch also has confirmed that the change log is indeed true. Fortunately, Google seems to be on safe waters as it says that it wants to make the Google Assistant "widely available to users". It also says that there will be new devices that will be capable of running the "Assistant over the course of the next year".
Looking at the Bright Side with Google Assistant and Android 7.1 Nougat
Surely, the new Android 7.1 Nougat will be an OS that will captivate Android users thanks to the new and cool features and tweaks that it has. One of the many cool features is Night Light. What this does is that it automatically changes your phone screen's colors depending on what time of the day it is. It makes you see well.
Other features include the Daydream VR mode, seamless A/B system updates and a host of other improvements on its display performance.
Despite the seemingly bad news due to the exclusivity of the Google Assistant, it seems that it will not be for a long time. Google knows the plight of its customers, which is why it will surely make it available for everyone; just not right now.
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