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Gemini Nano AI: Google loves Galaxy S24 more than Pixel 8!

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Google‘s recent announcement on TheAndroidShow has revealed something big related to Gemini Nano for Galaxy S24 and Pixel 8 users. Terence Zhang, a Developer Relations engineer at Google, revealed that the anticipated Gemini Nano would not feature in the upcoming Pixel 8 due to “some hardware limitations.”

Notably, the Pixel 8 Pro smartphone is the first smartphone to feature Gemini Nano. On the other side, the base model of the Pixel 8 series will not have this feature. This is quite surprising, especially since the Pixel 8 and its Pro variant feature the same Tensor G3 chipset.

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However, there are different memory capacities – 8GB for the standard model and 12GB for the Pro models of Pixel 8. This could be a reason but interestingly, the Galaxy S24 series with 8GB of RAM already feature Gemini Nano compatibility, which suggests that RAM is not that factor.

Google is planning to introduce the Gemini Nano in more high-end devices soon. However, it remains to be seen what will be the hardware requirements for Gemini Nano.

 

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OpenAI back in the race for Apple iPhone 16/iOS18

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Apple starts fresh talks with ChatGPT-maker OpenAI to bring AI features to iPhone 16/iOS 18. The iPhone maker was in touch with Google to use Gemini Nano in the next-gen iPhone models. However, the company has restarted discussions with OpenAI for the same.

According to Bloomberg, Apple and OpenAI started discussing AI features for iPhone 16/iOS 18, and the terms of an agreement. The report says that Apple could reach an agreement with both OpenAI and Google, or it could choose a completely different company.

However, Apple has not yet decided which company’s AI to adopt. Earlier this year, the company discussed a deal with OpenAI, but there has been no progress since then. The next iPhone OS is expected to include some new features based on Apple’s own LLM.

“This strategic partnership is a missing piece in the Apple AI strategy and combines forces with Google for Gemini to power some of the AI features Apple is bringing to market,” said Daniel Ives, an analyst at Wedbush.

Apple will hold its annual developers conference in June this year. Therefore, any announcement regarding the AI partnership before June is unlikely. However, OpenAI is most likely expected to boast the next-gen of iPhones with artificial intelligence.

“This is a major win for Google to get onto the Apple ecosystem and have access to the golden installed base of Cupertino with clearly a major licence fee attached to this,” Daniel said, referring to Apple’s California headquarters.

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Samsung rolling out Canadian French to Galaxy AI on S24, S23 and more

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Samsung released the Canadian French language to Galaxy AI in Canada. Smartphones powered by Galaxy AI can download the latest language pack to fuel features like Live Translate, Interpreter, Chat Assist, Note Assist,  Transcript Assist, and Browsing Assist.

Canadian French speakers can now take advantage of the new Galaxy AI features in new formats eliminating communication barriers. The company has officially announced the inclusion of Canadian French to its list of languages Galaxy AI now supports.

Earlier this month, the South Korean tech giant announced three new languages for Galaxy AI. Apart from Canadian French, the company said to offer Australian English and Cantonese. Now, the Canadian French is up for grabs by users of Galaxy S23, S22 and more.

“With continued interest in prioritizing accessibility for Canadians, the introduction of Canadian French to Galaxy AI’s range of languages will break down language barriers for Canadian Galaxy users,” said Raj Doshi, Head of Mobile Business, Samsung Canada. “As leaders in mobile AI innovation, this effort is enabling Canadian Galaxy users to communicate on a scale unique to Samsung.”

Aligning with the recently launched S24, Galaxy AI is now available across more devices including the Galaxy S23 Series, S23 FE, Z Fold 5, and Z Flip 5. Some Galaxy AI features are also now available on the Tab S9 Series and the Galaxy Buds.

Users can take advantage of the following Galaxy AI innovations:

Live Translate produces two-way, real-time voice and text translations of phone calls, making it easy for users to book reservations while traveling or chat with their grandparents in their native language.

Interpreter can instantly translate live conversations through a user-friendly split-screen view, allowing people standing opposite each other to read a text translation of what the other person is saying.

Chat Assist can help perfect conversational tones by generating context-aware suggestions to enable communications to sound as they were intended, whether it’s a polite message to a coworker or a short catchy phrase for a social media caption.

Note Assist can create AI-generated summaries, pre-formatted templates, and cover pages, elevating your day-to-day productivity.

Transcript Assist uses AI and Speech-to-Text technology to transcribe, summarize, and even translate voice recordings.

Browsing Assist helps you stay up to speed on what’s happening in the world while saving time by generating concise summaries of news articles or web pages.

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Samsung and Google chiefs meet, hint at ‘exciting’ AI developments

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Top Samsung and Google officials recently discussed AI collaboration, report KoreaHerald. Samsung’s TM Roh and Google’s Rick Osterloh met in Seoul on Thursday and talked about ways to strengthen their partnership on artificial intelligence.

Confirming their meeting in South Korea, Google’s Rick posted a picture on X taken with Samsung’s Mobile Business Head. Amid the booming AI Phone era, both companies are expected to bring breakthrough technologies in the coming years.

Had a terrific conversation with TM and @SamsungMobile leadership. Our partnership has never been stronger. I’m thrilled about our collaboration on AI and the many opportunities ahead for both companies. – Rick Osterloh.

Pay attention, Samsung and Google have been close partners since the debut of the first Galaxy S flagship with Android. The world has seen many instances, reiterating the collaboration between both firms and hardware and software segments.

With the Galaxy S24 launch, Samsung showed off its AI collab with Google, debuting Circle to Search. As far as the recent meeting is concerned, it was all about artificial intelligence, however, the topic of the two chiefs’ gathering is unknown.

The meeting becomes more important as Google has recently appointed Rick as Senior Vice President of the Platforms and Devices team. There were rumors that Gemini Nano v2 will be introduced with the S25 series with some Pixel and Galaxy exclusive features.

“Our collaboration with @Google continues as we work towards a shared vision of delivering the best Android ecosystem of products and services. Exciting things are coming up for the future of AI-powered Android and Galaxy experiences.” – Samsung Mobile / X.

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