Motorola Moto G7 and One lines are getting Google’s call screening feature

One of the best new features for Android users is Google's first phone blocking technology launched last fall in the US, but only on Pixel phones. Motorola plans to introduce the G7 and one smartphone line as the first mobile phone except Google's pixel product line, which is expected to change soon.

Originally shipped in Pixel 3 and later originally expanded to Pixel and Pixel 2, this feature uses software to automate the collection of information about call answering and caller and call reason. If an unrecognized call is displayed, press the "Call Screen" button to start the function and then provide information on the screen in real time and in the form of a copy later.

This feature is primarily designed to prevent robocalls. The Federal Trade Commission received about 50,000 complaints (19459012) per month for automated calls and texts, and Americans received 26.3 billion spam calls last year. Not only Google, but also major telecoms and Internet providers are working to reduce the amount of automated calls and spam text. Both AT & T, Comcast, T-Mobile, and Verizon have announced a service that identifies and blocks spam phones, and Verizon and T-Mobile have already released free services for them.

Motorola says its G7 and One device families have already begun to gain access to this feature as part of a broader integration of Google's Digital Well Being product line. The point at which most users should expect to see functionality is not clear, but they should arrive as part of the Motorola update. Digital Well Being has been beta-tested in November and is now available on a variety of Android phones. As a result, Motorola is not the last Android phone manufacturer to have access to the Call Screen. Call Screen is currently the first international market in Canada to be beta-tested. function.