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MIUI Camera app now supports Google Lens

Google Lens is an image recognition mobile app developed by Google. First announced during Google I/O 2017, it is designed to bring up relevant information using visual analysis.

According to Xiaomi, the feature is currently only available for the beta software builds on the Poco F1, Redmi Note 7 series, and Redmi Y2. Presumably, this will be a part of future Xiaomi phones at launch.

Few features of Google Lens

  • Collect Contact Info.
  • Look Up Books, Music, Movies & more.
  • Find out about points of interest.
  • Use your phone as a Scanner.
  • Recognize images.

Use Google Lens on supported Xiaomi smartphones

  • Head to your native camera app i.e. MIUI Camera App.
  • Click on the 3 lines on the top right corner.
  • Select Google Lens.
Google Lens: Now integrated with MIUI Camera App


  • Use the Lens to scan/find the object and follow the instructions which are instantly popped up.

Google Lens: Now integrated with MIUI Camera App


  • Get the actual results based on the AI Google Algorithm.
Google Lens: Now integrated with MIUI Camera App
Thanks to Mi Community Blog post for the steps
Dhaval is a tech geek who loves developing software, games and writing technical posts. In his free time, he loves to read novels.


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