The Lens feature on Google Photos can be launched by basically tapping on the Lens icon in pictures uploaded to the application. The company had limited Lens to the Pixel 2 series till, where the option was present on the Google Photos and Google Assistant. As explained by XDA Developers in a report, Google Lens essentially leverages Google's huge machine learning platform to try and predict what the user is pointing the camera at. Google Lens will next start analysing the photo in order to fetch you appropriate results.
While Android users are seeing the update today, those using Photos on iOS can also expect Lens as well.
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Will Lens work for your Android device?
Another notable aspect of Google Lens is its capability to perceive information within a photo and accurately carry out the function. Lens also pulls off neat tricks, such as scanning QR codes and connecting to Wi-Fi networks by scanning the password on the back of your router.
Google Lens is able to identify paintings and artwork.