One of the biggest losses we received with the advent of Android 9 was the recording of calls. Until the previous version, this technology was made possible by the API (development tools) that Google captured for not providing security guarantees. The company, however, has promised that one day we will be able to record quality calls and ensure the best possible security.
Earlier this year it was discovered that the Google phone app was already installing call recording tools in its code, and it seems that this function is slowly coming into use. The first mobiles to get this job will be some Nokia models.
A call recording from the Google phone app starts sending
A few days ago Google started making its phone plan compatible with a large number of mobile phones. So far, this app was available with Pixel, Android One, Motorola, Xiaomi and other models. This great posting can mean a great deal of good guessing, such as the restoration of recordings.
Nokia (Nokia Organizational Forum).
As reported in the Nokia forums, the user has started receiving phone recordings on his Nokia 7 Plus. The user lives in India, but according to the latest data, it appears that the cause is due to a VPN connection to the United States. However, the shipping looks like it's coming to your country, because, as they tell XDA Developers, other Nokia 7 Plus, 7.2 and 8.1 users will also receive it.
This is a good sign, and although it currently seems to work only in those countries, the fact that it is starting to roll out may be due to the feature working as expected.
Today, work limitations may take longer to reach certain countries, because Google itself announced in its day that telephone recordings would be based on the law of each country.