Google's video chat app Duo offers iOS and Android users a smooth and simple way to make video calls. Not only just the normal Duo Call over the Internet, the Google also says that they will be enabling a Video Call feature over 4G LTE Network, aka ViLTE. Primarily, Google's video calling app Duo will be the main app that will make video call to anyone with the app installed.
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Google also revealed that users will be directed to ViLTE video calls if both the parties are using a carrier that supports the feature.
The video call option will show in the Call History or Search if your phone app is version 13.0 and up. Video calls will now be directly accessible from Phone, Contacts, and Android Messages apps.
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Now, we have v20 of Duo hitting stock Android devices and a teardown brings an interesting finding to the fore.
Your device has to run the Android 7.0 Nougat operating system or above (Android 8.0 Oreo) to access the feature.
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How about other Android phones from major OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) like Samsung, LG, Sony, Xiaomi and others?