Meantime, Google is also taking this opportunity to actually add a number of other related enhancements to smart displays, such as 'Interpreter mode.' Say you have family members or some friends who speak different languages. As the speaker is giving you forecast information, a small icon in the top left (on the Google Home Hub which has a display) lets you know Google Assistant is still listening.
Google confirmed to Android Central that Continued Conversations is rolling out now to all Smart Displays. You can find "Continued Conversation" on smart displays available in the US such as the Google Home Hub, Lenovo Smart DisplayTM, JBL Link View and LG XBOOM AI ThinQ WK9. This is a feature that has been available for some time on its smart speakers like the Google Home. Google released "Continued Conversation" previous year to make Home speakers listen a little longer to catch additional commands. This allows you to ask something else without having to say "Hey Google" again.
Back in Google I/O of 2018, Google announced a new feature called Duplex.
This feature will exist as an optional feature which you can enable or disable anytime you want. During the event, Google CEO Sundar Pichai played demo recordings between humans and the AI, which sounded human-like, even sprinkling in "ums" as it spoke. For ending a conversation, you can always.
Until now, Google had limited Duplex to its own Pixel devices, and there hasn't been much talk of when it might appear on iPhones or other Android devices. You can also remove photos from the device easily with your voice.
Google Smart Displays can double up as a digital photo frame, allowing you to show off your best photos, whether that's your dog or your baby.