Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel and Pixel XL Receive Video Voicemails from Telus
Telus is a wireless and internet service provider that’s based in Canada and the reason we are talking about it today is because Telus announced that Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel and Pixel XL are going to receive access to visual voicemails. We should mention that these smartphones are directly managed by Google and they all run on Android 8.0 Oreo operating system which makes them compatible with visual voicemails.
As the name implies, this feature brings visual voicemails to Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P and Pixel smartphone owners. Telus is charging $5 per month for this feature and it offers simultaneous storage for up to 25 video messages.
Visual voicemails will prove to be quite useful since they are easier to access in comparison to tradition voice calls. The reason we are saying this is because visual voicemails will appear in a list and they can be simply played just by tapping on them once. Things get even better since Telus users can also rewind, fast-forward or just skip any message.
The smartphone that’s going to benefit the most from this cool feature is Nexus 6P. This device was created by Huawei and Google and its large 5.7-inches AMOLED panel is perfect for video voicemails. Furthermore, the addition of visual voicemails will also make Nexus 6P a more sought-after smartphone, especially since Google confirmed that it will stop releasing any new software updates to it.
While the previous Nexus smartphone was created in partnership with Huawei, Nexus 5X is the result of Google and LG’s partnership. In addition, Nexus 5X is another device that’s in dire need of additional features since Google has also stopped rolling out any updates to it. Although, even though Google stopped supporting Nexus 5X and 6P, we can be sure that they will keep on running without any problems for the years to come.