In Contacts, next to your contact's name, the option to make a Duo video call will surface.
Google thinks that video calling should be as simple as possible, so you can start a face-to-face chat whenever and wherever you are. 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.
Google officially unveiled the new Pixel 2 series smartphones last week. We're already seeing the integration on the Phone and Contacts app of the Nexus 6P, however, not within the Android Messages app yet. A recent update revealed that a dedicated shortcut would be included in all the three mentioned apps to access the video calling service. Both you and the person you're calling will need to have Google Duo installed and both of you must have Android 7.0 or higher on your handset.
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Google is making video calling an integrated part of your phone via Google Duo, in an effort to ease Android phone users into starting a video call.
The video call option will show in the Call History or Search if your phone app is version 13.0 and up.
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