With the new initiative, Android phone users will now be able to make video calls directly from were their call or message.
As far as everyone else is concerned, it'll be the familiar waiting game while Google works with OEMs and mobile carriers, so don't expect a rapid roll out. Android users will now be able to start a video call directly from their phone, contacts or even Android applications.
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The roll out will begin with the first generation Pixel, Android One and Nexus devices, as well as the brand new Pixel 2 phones. That apart the whole ViLTE compatibility thing is unclear since both the caller and the receiver needs to be on a carrier that supports ViLTE. However, there's already a third-party app that offers the same basic experience, and you can download it now.
Lastly, to try the integration using ViLTE, you and whoever you're video calling have to be on Verizon, a Google spokesperson confirmed with VentureBeat. If you can't wait you can download the Play Store APK v8.3.42 from source below. But remember, that both you and the person you're trying to reach need to have the Duo app installed on your handset which should run Android 7.0 Nougat or above.