The visual recognition tool is available in Google's app store, but not yet for all smartphones.
Google is deploying its Google Lens technology, which uses artificial intelligence to identify elements in an image. Alas, it is currently available only for some smartphones, for example on Pixel and OnePlus, and it is not possible to know if it will arrive quickly on a device. Google has just said that Lens will be present on the latest models of LG, Motorola, Xiaomi, Sony Mobile, Nokia, Transsion, TCL, OnePlus, BQ and Asus. However, it is possible to "force" the installation by going to the Google application store and downloading Google Lens as an application.
For that, look for Google Lens in the Play Store or use this link. On the store page, it is only stated that Google Lens requires at least 6 Marshmallow Android. Early comments indicate that not all Android devices are housed in the same brand. For example, Google Lens works with Samsung's Galaxy Note 8, but not with the Galaxy S8 Plus. In addition, Google has not indicated whether the smartphone must be configured in English or if the Google Lens app also works in the language of Molière. It will therefore be patient and regularly try to access the app to enjoy.

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