Every so often a new software feature comes along that makes a hardware form factor a lot more useful. I would put Dual-Screen Interpreter mode in that category. The feature, which arrives today as part of a larger Pixel drop, leverages Google’s long-standing translation expertise.
By opening the device completely flat, you can speak to someone in different language, which translations popping up on either side. So they’ll see what you’re saying in their language and vice verse. The system is currently available in 45 languages.