If you are the proud owner of a Pixel handset, you can, like 9to5Google, have seen this already. The call-screen transcription feature, which was first noted back in November, begins to arrive for Pixel users, Google confirmed with TechCrunch.
Enjoy the "end of the year" promise, the offer has rolled out for a few days now, which means the ability to read voice prints of voice messages. An addition to Pixel's existing call scanning feature answers the call from unknown numbers via Google Assistant, using the company's fixed voice to text to provide a transcript of the call.
Despite the wide rollout, there are still some limitations here. First of all, this special feature is only available for Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. And it just rolls out to users in the US at the moment, though Google has promised to bring it to more countries in multiple languages "in the future."