The Google Translate (Translate) app on iOS and Android has been updated to the latest and notable version that features Vietnamese translation with the camera. Previously, this feature only supported the language that we know the most is English. Its support for Vietnamese language helps us to translate directly into our mother tongue, regardless of whether it is text, printed on the box, on the sign …
Translating by camera will use the camera of the camera itself to scan the text you need to translate, then the translated text will be displayed directly on the camera interface and we can watch it too. Now, you can translate most of the languages into Vietnamese, regardless of whether it is English, Thai, Spanish, Korean, Chinese … Notably, there is also a language and wallet detection mode. For example, if you do not know the language printed on this box is Lao or Thai, then you should choose to detect the language yourself, then Google will identify and translate it into Vietnamese.
Through trial, I found Google Translate quickly identified and translated quite accurately, the less or the simpler the text, the more accurate translation (eg printed on the page). Also complicated documents, with graphic details, or too small (for example, printed on the packaging, color box), the translation is less accurate and longer. If you feel it is wrong, you can scan it again, then it will translate better.
When choosing to identify the language yourself, just scan the text so that Google will discover which language it is.
Try translating Chinese, the text printed on the paper is quite small but the translation is fine.
Try translating a piece printed on a complex box
Or translate an English book also