Xiaomi announced that it is going to integrate Google Lens into its MIUI camera app and it also mentioned that the feature is currently available only for the Poco F1, Redmi Note 7 series, Red Y2 in Beta ROM builds. The same has been announced on the Mi Forum and nothing has been mentioned about the availability. Google lens is a popular feature which allows the users to search images and show relevant results and information.
This features being tested on few Xiaomi phones now and will be rolled out commercially soon. After the integration, the users will be able to access the Google lens directly from their native camera app and to use this feature the users need to tap on the Google lens button in the overflow menu. The user of the Poco F1, Redmi Note 7 series and Redmi Y2 can see the Google Lens button in the native camera app after the latest beta.
Once the Google lens is integrated on to the MIUI camera, go to the MIUI camera app and then tap on the three lines on the top right corner and you can see the Google Lens option. Once selected, the user can scan the object and will be giving results based on the AI Google Algorithm. Google lens was unveiled in 2017 I/O which is almost two years back as an image recognition tool that can give suggestions and identify objects that are being scanned with the phone camera.
With Google Lens, users can Collect contact information, Recognise images, Scan objects and give their relative information, look for movies, books etc. Are you using any of these devices that are listed above? Did you ever your Google lens earlier? There is no information on when the feature will be rolled out to other Xiaomi smartphones but it is expected to happen very soon. Comment in the section below if you have more queries and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.