The call screen feature that Google introduced along with Pixel 3 is one of the best technologies they've introduced in a long time. It gives you the power to go back to the many robo and spam calls that come to you every day, but it's also a convenient way to get information about unknown callers that you would otherwise have ignored. Starting this week, some Motorola phones will also have the call screen.
Motorola quietly announced the announcement in a blog post where it was expected to wait for Call Screen on the Moto G7 and Motorola One phone families. For the moment, they have not announced Call Screen for any other device, which means nothing on the Moto Z line yet.
Not familiar with Call Screen? It works like this. When a call is made on your phone, the "Filter call" option appears. If you tap on it, Google Assistant takes over, informs the person that she has intercepted the call for you and asks him what he wants. This person can explain to Google who she is and why she is calling, which gives you the opportunity to mark her as spam, to jump in the call to talk to the person, to ask for more information, etc. . You can also record the transcripts of these call screens.
To get Call Screen, I guess you will need an update of your phone application. So be on the lookout. If you are up to date, you should start seeing the option as the calls arrive.