Asus Brings Google Lens Integration in Its PixelMaster Camera App

has now provided integration within its PixelMaster Camera app to bring an advanced visual experience on ZenFone models. The new move comes weeks after expanded the presence of Google Lens by bringing it including Asus, BQ, HMD Global/ Nokia, LG, Motorola, OnePlus, Sony, TCL, Transsion, and Xiaomi. The artificial intelligence (AI) based visual assistance to the and as well as the . At , the search giant showcased a bunch of new Google Lens features that include a smart text selection functionality as well as real-time detection. The assistance that was originally available under the Google app also recently to give direct access to its advanced features.

As by folks at Android Police, the Asus PixelMaster Camera app has now added a Google Lens option under the camera modes section. The option was spotted on the after it had received a firmware update. The update notably upgrades the camera app to version However, the listing of the app any new upgrade.

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It is unclear whether Google Lens is also heading to other ZenFone 5 models, such as the and . Being one of the partners for the initial expansion of Google Lens, Asus may also bring the new experience to older ZenFone models.

Users who have received the new update can start exploring the world in a new way by going to the camera modes and selecting the Google Lens option. The newest integration offers contextual suggestions for objects you scan with the camera. Moreover, it combines search, AI, augmented reality (AR), and computer vision to deliver smarter results.

Earlier this month, Google Lens received a standalone app on to provide direct access to the original Lens experience. The app is available for download via Google Play, but it is compatible with select handsets at the initial stage. Google also recently of smart text selection and real-time detection to uplift the original visual assistance experience.

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