Yesterday, Google introduced the new flagship smartphone Pixel 5 – it received a new feature that will allow users to disconnect from the smartphone while they wait for a response from the interlocutor.
A feature called Hold for Me will “call” the owner of the smartphone when the caller at the other end of the line, who put the call on hold, returns to the call.
Note that the conversation is not transmitted to Google and is not stored in the account. Sound processing is actually performed on the device, not in the cloud, and the recorded sound and transcript are deleted within 48 hours.
Other software features of the smartphone include Google Duplex and Call Screen, automatic call to emergency services when a collision is detected, Extreme Battery Saver and all the current features of Google Now.