Google Duo will soon be adding a screen sharing feature

Starting today, a few handsets will be able to send a Duo video chat from a trio of Android apps

Verizon stores will have the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL on display starting tomorrow

Google is also planning to add a feature to voice calls allowing you to quickly switch over to a video call with a single tap.

The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are edging closer to their official release.

The initial video calling integration has started with Google-supported devices, namely, the original Pixel, Android One, and Nexus devices.

Google is making video calling an integrated part of your phone via Google Duo, in an effort to ease Android phone users into starting a video call. And in the Android Messages app, you can begin a video chat directly from your conversation.

Google also revealed that users will be directed to ViLTE video calls if both the parties are using a carrier that supports the feature.

From within the phone app, you'll be able to initiate a video call from the call history or search.

Now, we have v20 of Duo hitting stock Android devices and a teardown brings an interesting finding to the fore. Calls can be made to contacts through your Android Phone, Contacts and Android Messages apps. In Contacts, next to your contact's name, the option to make a Duo video call will surface.

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