Google announced its latest Drop Drop feature for Pixel smartphones and Pixel watches, and the update brings a bunch of new features to the devices and also includes some new features for Fitbut devices.
The new update brings some new features to the Google Assistant and also a new feature to detect car crashes on Pixel phones, in addition to having some updates to the cmera on Pixel phones and more.
Use your voice to ask the Google Assistant on your Pixel phone to start sharing in an emergency, or to schedule a security checkup for added peace of mind. If you’re out running at night, just say, “Hey Google, start your 30-minute safety check.” If you do not respond to your security check within the specified duration, your emergency contacts will be notified and your location will be shared in real time.
Car accident detection on the Pixel phone has helped keep drivers safe since its launch in 2019, and now it can even keep your loved ones in the know if you’re in a serious accident. In addition to calling emergency services, it can share your real-time location and call status with your emergency contacts.
Macro Focus is now available for the Pixel 7 Pro for video, so you can create larger-than-life videos of the smallest detail, like butterflies fluttering or flowers waving in the wind.
You can find out more details about all the new features included in the June Google Pixel Feature Drop over on the Google site at the link below, the update has started and will be rolling out over the next few weeks.
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