We all know very well that the tech giant Google, recently, showed the world two amazing phones: the Google Pixel 2 and the Google Pixel 2 XL. But, now the tech giant Google announced that ‘OK Google, What’s This Song?’ feature soon coming to its personal assistant, of course, Google Assistant.
‘OK Google, What’s This Song?’ Feature Coming To Google Assistant
The Internet giant Google showed the world two amazing phones: the Google Pixel 2 and the Google Pixel 2 XL. These new solutions of the great G not only have a hardware to the height of other tops of the range but also surprise with its software. An example? The song recognition system of the Google Pixel 2 XL is much better than Shazam.
Many of you will know this popular application that lets you know the name of the songs by activating Shazam as they sound. As the automatic recognition system of Google songs integrated into the new Google Pixel 2 XL which is really surprising. The secret? The phone always listens to the melodies that ring around it showing the title and album automatically on the lock screen.
This is how the Pixel 2 XL song recognition system works
Already the fact that the Google Pixel 2 XL is automatically looking for any song that sounds around you is a plus. Well, Shazam has Auto Shazam that does the same function but there are a number of details that make the difference and make the new Google phone does not need to have this application installed.
To start the Google Pixel 2 XL does not need an internet connection to locate the title and album of a song. Instead, it uses the powerful database available on the phone through algorithms that combine the song with tens of thousands of patterns already stored on the phone. Yes, the tech giant Google continues to surprise day by day!
With the following advantages of the song recognition system of the Google Pixel 2 XL say that the battery consumption in this process is minimal It does not need an internet connection and the processor it mounts, a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, is more than enough to load commands like “Ok Google” without consuming hardly resources so that the automatic search of songs will not damage the autonomy of Google Pixel 2 XL.
Finally, the fact that we can see at all times the title of the song and the artist directly on the screen blocking the Google Pixel 2 XL to on the screen which is a real treat. Being equipped with an OLED panel the new Google phone allows you to display different notifications, in addition to the date and time, with a minimal expense and this way you can see, for example, what song is playing on the radio while driving without the need to unlock the screen.
A number of advantages that make the song recognition system of the Google Pixel 2 XL outnumber Shazam. We will see what steps the popular application gives to address this new competitor because if this technology is extended to all devices through an update Android Shazam is going to have very difficult to continue to exist.
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