5G is the next generation of mobile connectivity.
It is faster than WiFi, can support up to 10G of data and can deliver voice-guided navigation.
It will take advantage of new hardware and software that will allow the Assistant to deliver personalized content and help users navigate their way around a building.
Google says it is taking a “proactive approach” to 5G and it is launching a beta program that is offering to provide developers with access to the Assistant’s data.
Google will offer developers access to its data in the first year, starting in 2020.
This data will be used to build new apps and services that are designed to improve the user experience on the Assistant.
Google’s Assistant will be available in the Google Home, Google Home Mini, Google Pixel, Pixel XL and Google Assistant devices from the beginning of 2020.
The company said it is working with hardware manufacturers and OEMs to deliver the best experience for the devices and that it is excited to introduce more advanced features for the new Assistant.
Google will continue to support existing hardware and expand the Assistant with new software.
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