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You might be able to transfer calls between Android devices soon

The arc of smartphone history has generally bent towards Apple lifting ideas from Android. This time, it's the other

You might be able to transfer calls between Android devices soon

The arc of smartphone history has generally bent towards lifting ideas Android. time, 's the other way around.

As spotted by Android reporter Nail Sadykov and shared on Twitter by fellow Android reporter Mishaal Rahman, could soon let people link Android devices together with the same Google account. This could enable features similar to those seen with Apple's Continuity program, which allows people to link their iPhones, Macs, and iPads together so can take phone calls any of those devices instead of just the .


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There isn't a ton of info about how this will work or what it will allow just yet. In the image, you can see a toggle for “Call switching,” which would allow you to transfer phone calls one Android device to another, similar to the Apple feature. According to the tweet, it could also enable “ sharing,” which would allow users to use a personal between devices.

Aside from that, there's no telling when this feature will its way into Android devices or what other functionality it'll allow. For , Android users just have to do something they're not used to doing: Be slightly jealous of iPhone users.

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