Tech giant company Google today announced that they will be rolling out the Google Assistant to android devices that run on their latest operating system: Nougat and Marshmallow. Google made this big announcement at the mobile world congress this morning according to reports. This means that users can now have a feel of the Google Assistant even though they don’t own the Google Pixel smartphone device. You can also try the Google assistant with the Google’s Allo messaging app or the Google Home Speaker.
Google did not reveal when it will roll out the update, but they claim that the update will begin rolling out in the US and then followed by users in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom. It will also be available to users in Germany and eventually, it will support more languages.
Also, Google said that the Google Assistant will be made available to devices with Marshmallow and Nougat with Google Play service with 1.5GB of RAM and screen resolution of 720p or better. You will get the Google assistant if you meet this requirement but you should probably upgrade the Google app to version 6.13
It was also revealed that the LG G6 will come with Google Assistant.
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