If you're the proud owner of a Pixel handheld device, like 9to5Google, you may have already detected this. The call screening transcription feature, which first became public in November, will be available to pixel users, as Google has confirmed with TechCrunch.
The promise "End of the Year" is good, with the ability to read voice transmissions from voice messages. In addition to Pixel's existing call-monitoring capabilities, the feature answers calls from unknown numbers through Google Assistant and uses the company's solid voice output to provide a transcript of the call.
Despite the wide rollout, there are still some limitations here. For beginners, this special feature is only available for Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Currently, it is only being introduced to users in the US, although Google has promised to bring it in "additional languages" in other languages in the future.