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The video call is already running the nanosecond you swipe up to answer it."Instead of the call starting with frustration and confusion," Fox says, "you start with a smile because you know it already works." I don't know about the smile, but I do know that Duo calls started without all the "Hello, are you there?After a very brief hiccup, the call just keeps on going.I mostly tested Duo on a Nexus 5X (running the latest Android Nougat Beta), where call quality was mostly good — better on Wi-Fi, but never so bad that it dropped completely. However, because Google doesn’t have the same ability to integrate on i OS as it does on Android, there are a few hassles: no Knock Knock, and you have to unlock the phone before you answer the call.Duo is the second of the two apps Google announced at its developer conference this past May.The other is the AI-enhanced text messaging app Allo, for which Google hasn't yet announced a release date.That's the whole setup process — there are no accounts to create nor friend lists to maintain.It's tied directly to your contacts list and your phone number.

Neither app is designed to Google's other video and messaging app, Hangouts.

It's based on Web RTC, with some added technical underpinnings to make the call automatically ratchet the quality up or down depending on your connection quality.

It's even able to maintain the call when you switch from Wi-Fi to cellular.

Will Duo be part of the standard suite of Google Play apps preinstalled on the vast majority of Android phones (outside of China)? "We want to get it out there, see how it does, and then I see distribution as the next step rather than the first step." When I said up top that I couldn't decide whether Google's strategy with Duo was bold or timid, this is what I was referring to.

It's not going to be the automatic default for all Android phones, replacing phone calls in the way that i Message replaces SMS.