Your Galaxy Phones Can Soon Summarize Text Messages with the Help of AI

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Your Galaxy Phones Can Soon Summarize Text Messages with the Help of AI

Of all the smartphones available in the market, Samsung Galaxy phones have always been my favorite. I have been loyally using Samsung phones since the Galaxy S7 Edge came out, and ever since then, I never really felt like upgrading to something else. Sure, I did try different devices from the likes of OnePlus, LG, and even Apple, but the One UI ecosystem has a strong hold on me. Now, the South Korean tech giant has introduced a collaboration with Microsoft that would take its phones to the next level.

Samsung’s investment in AI looks even better as we are learning about more AI-related features coming to the Galaxy smartphones

It appears that Samsung and Microsoft are collaborating to make sure that Copilot plays a pivotal role. For starters, Samsung has now introduced AI integration that will work across multiple devices aside from just Samsung Galaxy smartphones. With this collaboration, users will need to have the latest Galaxy Book 4 connected with their Galaxy phone running One UI 1.0 or above, and they will be able to summarize texts on their phone via AI.

Yes, it does sound complicated, but at the time of writing, Samsung explains that you will need to ensure that your Galaxy smartphone is connected to the Galaxy Book 4 via the Link to Windows app on Android and Microsoft Phone Link on Windows. Both phones need to share the same Microsoft account, as well. You can then go ahead and find Microsoft Copilot and ask it to find, read, and summarize text messages that you have received on your phone. You will also be able to create and send messages from the Galaxy Book 4.

In addition to that, with the new feature on Galaxy smartphones and Galaxy Book 4, users will also be able to look for restaurant recommendations that their friends have made in previous messages. You can also search for visitor reviews in your browser and even message someone asking if they actually want to visit the place. All of this will be done directly from the laptop, and you will not even have to open separate apps on your phone to make this happen.

At the time of writing, Samsung has not shared a list of Galaxy smartphones that will and will not get access to these features. The company does mention that you will need a phone running One UI 1.0 or above. However, it is worth noting that this feature might not be available in every market when it launches. That is something that we are going to have to wait and see. Honestly, I am really excited to see how this pans out.

News Source: Samsung Newsroom

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