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Google Challenges Samsung with New AI Suite, Surprise Hardware Event
 
 
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From Galaxy to Pixel: The Next Generation of AI-Powered Smartphones

In a move that's set to shake up the smartphone industry, Google is preparing to launch its own comprehensive AI suite, aptly named Google AI. This development comes on the heels of Samsung's successful introduction of Galaxy AI earlier this year on the Galaxy S24 series. Google's AI offering is expected to make its debut on the highly anticipated Pixel 9, signaling an intensifying competition in the realm of smartphone artificial intelligence.

Google AI is poised to introduce a mix of existing and new features. While Circle to Search and Gemini, already available on Pixel phones, will be rebranded under the Google AI umbrella, three entirely new features are set to capture users' attention. "Add Me" promises to revolutionize group photos by ensuring everyone is included, likely by merging multiple shots. "Pixel Screenshots" will analyze saved screenshots to extract valuable information such as text, URLs, and app names, all while prioritizing user privacy through on-device AI processing. Lastly, "Studio" appears to be a creative powerhouse, using AI to generate stickers, images, and wallpapers based on user inputs



Not to be outdone, Samsung continues to enhance its Galaxy AI suite. Current offerings include an AI Wallpaper Generator, Generative AI-powered image editing, and Circle to Search. Rumors suggest that Samsung is developing an AI image generator to improve S Pen sketches, potentially launching with One UI 6.1.1 on the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6.

In a surprising turn of events, Google has announced a hardware event scheduled for August 13th. This "Made by Google" showcase, set earlier than usual, is expected to unveil the Pixel 9, Pixel Watch 3, and a host of new AI features. The timing of this event has sparked speculation: it could be an attempt to minimize pre-event leaks, a sign that Google is ahead of schedule, or possibly a platform to introduce unexpected products like a new Pixel Fold or Pixel Tablet.

As the AI race heats up, consumers can look forward to increasingly intelligent and capable smartphones. With both Google and Samsung pushing the boundaries of what's possible with on-device AI, the future of mobile technology looks brighter and more innovative than ever.

Posted on: Jul 4 2024

Sectors: Information Technology  Electronics
Topics: Artificial Intelligence












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