<string name="trusted_dock_action_text">I Agree</string>
<string name="trusted_dock_cancel_text">No thanks</string>
<string name="trusted_dock_message">Your Assistant can use your personal info to make suggestions, answer questions, and take actions for you when your phone is locked and on your Pixel Stand</string>
<string name="trusted_dock_title">Get personalized help when your phone is on your Pixel Stand</string>
According to the strings, when the Google Pixel device is docked, Google Assistant can make personalized suggestions, answer questions, and do other actions even if the phone is locked. This means the dock can be set up as a trusted device so you can use Assistant commands you wouldn’t otherwise be able to when the phone is locked and isn’t on the dock. According to the screenshots of the new interface, here’s what’ll be available for you when you dock the Pixel 3 into the Pixel Stand:
Set a reminder
Set a timer
Play a game
Make a phone call
Read my messages
Set an alarm
Set a timer
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Here are screenshots of the new interface, courtesy of Quinny899:
Note: The “confidental” watermark is because of another flag needed to make this work. Enabling that flag plasters the user’s Google accounts all over the screen. This is done to protect against leaks from Google App dogfooders, of which Kieron is not a member.
Keep in mind that we activated this new user interface using the latest beta version of the Google App. Google may still add more features or tweak the user interface before they launch the Pixel 3 and the Pixel Stand. If we find any changes in a future version of Google Assistant, we’ll let you all know. If you’re interested in downloading the latest version of the Google App, you can do so from the Play Store link below.