In recent weeks, Google has brought its Android dialer to non-Pixel gadgets and changed the Play Store listing. It currently creates the impression that an impending rebrand will give the Phone application another logo and name: “Google Call.”
A YouTube ad for the Phone by Google application — as it’s currently formally referred to on the Play Store — arose today.
It includes a connection to download and features a “reliable caller ID” feature. The included screenshot — which exists today — doesn’t show anything strange.
However, the upper-right corner of the advertisement includes another logo. It’s a generic telephone symbol — that is identical to the new Voice logo, however the four Google tones are being used. This is followed by “Google Call.”
This could be the new name of the application, just as its homescreen symbol. The current one uses a somewhat extraordinary shape, and is set against a blue background.
This new symbol isn’t live on Google Play or some other site. It would come after the large rebrand to Workspace and all the applications under that umbrella. The Phone application, alongside Messages and Duo, is driven by a similar executive that supervises the efficiency suite.
Accordingly, it very well may be conceivable that those customer correspondence items likewise have new looks holding on to be declared. All things considered, another name to go with it would a lot of be a takeoff.
In any case, that rebrand would be very intelligent of all the Google smarts in the Phone application today from Call Screen and Hold for Me, just as spam warning and search.