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Samsung makes fun of Apple Intelligence, welcomes to AI world

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Apple yesterday introduced iOS 18 with further advancements and AI work at WWDC 2024. Last week, Samsung criticized Apple through Galaxy AI features in Galaxy S24. And unsurprisingly, Samsung grabbed another opportunity to make fun of Apple over Apple Intelligence and AI.

Many features that are coming to iOS 18 have been available on Android devices for years. Apple will allow iPhone users to move icons, lifting the restrictions imposed for years. The integration of OpenAI at the OS level is another controversy, questioning the security of iOS.

X handle manager of Samsung Mobile US was observed active yesterday. There are three critic posts published through the company’s official X/Twitter account. The first post reads: “Moving my icons wherever I want since 2010 … isn’t that cool?”

After making fun of the icon behavior changes in iOS 18, Samsung targeted photo album names and sharing capabilities. The post about the photo album reads: Next photo album name: Pics where I asked Galaxy Owners “Can you send me that?”

Apple is known for its unique naming strategies, which have always been exciting. Rather than using Apple AI or Gen AI, the company called it Apple Intelligence. It also came on Samsung’s radar, allowing it to troll saying: Adding “Apple” doesn’t make it new or groundbreaking. Welcome to AI 🍎

Apple’s entry in the Mobile AI segment is fruitful for both iOS and Android ecosystems. iOS 18 introduces fewer AI features compared to Galaxy and Pixel. However, the deep integration and advanced functionality make it stand apart from its rivals.

Android 15 is coming later this year, which will take AI experience to another level. Samsung is also preparing to introduce Galaxy AI v2 with its new foldable phones next month. We may see newly added features and useful tools on the most recent Galaxy devices.

James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Galaxy S4 and continues to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.

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Gemini deepens ties with Samsung as Apple teams with OpenAI [Compared]

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Apple collaborated with OpenAI to bring AI capabilities across its products. Google, which is already a close partner of Samsung, deepened its Gemini ties. The Gemini app is fully integrated into the latest Galaxy devices.

As tech titans sign strategic partnerships, there are different aspects to each. Apple and OpenAI alliance is poised to integrate Gen AI tech into Apple products and focus on user privacy. Samsung and Google collaboration is to improve the Android experience for Samsung Galaxy devices.

There’s another major difference between these partnerships. Apple gained access to OpenAI’s technology, while specifics remain undisclosed. The company also gets an observer seat on the OpenAI board for AI innovations.

On the flip side, Samsung and Google deepened their Gemini AI alliance further. Both firms are collaboratively working to establish communication channels to work together on specific projects such as Gemini Nano and Wear OS.

Apple with OpenAI can radically improve its products with AI integration. Products like iPhones could get AI and Gen AI features such as smarter assistants, improved writing tools, and personalized summaries – all keeping user privacy at the center.

Google knows Samsung’s importance in the Android landscape. The revised partnership aims to refine UX with the integration of Gemini across the OS. The changes could be availed to some older devices that feature Gemini Nano and Galaxy AI.

The Korean tech giant is continuously extending its ties with global leaders. Being the Android owner, Google is at the center whether it’s Gemini or ecosystem products. The unity will continue to harness Galaxy experiences across segments.

Apple signed a long-term partnership with OpenAI for artificial intelligence tech. It has debuted the Apple Intelligence in iOS 18, slated to come shortly. However, it’s still looking to reach an agreement with Google for Gemini AI in its products.

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Galaxy’s Bixby with Samsung AI models launching this year

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Bixby will equip Samsung AI models slated to launch this year. At the Unpacked yesterday, Samsung’s TM Roh confirmed that a major upgrade to Bixby is coming this year. It will use Samsung’s own large language model for artificial intelligence capabilities.

Samsung first introduced the Bixby assistant in 2017. The company made gradual improvements and integrated with core Samsung services. However, it failed to be a popular alternative to Google Assistant on Galaxy.

Later, the arrival of ChatGPT and Gemini AI further widened the gap. Now, there’s a need of rapid upgrades to Galaxy’s Bixby assistant. It seems Samsung is looking at this aspect and a significant upgrade is arriving on its self-developed digital assistant.

“We’re going to advance Bixby with application of Gen AI technology,” Roh said in Korean via a translator.

Previously, there were rumors of the arrival of an upgraded Bixby Assistant. However, it’s the first time the news has been confirmed by a Samsung executive. The confirmation is pretty solid as the statement has been made by Samsung’s Mobile Chief, TM Roh.

“We are reinforcing and bringing more AI capabilities to our products,” Roh said.

Apple has recently announced Apple Assistant and upgrades to Siri Assistant. The company has partnered with OpenAI for AI features in iOS and iPhones. It seems Samsung won’t let Apple easily occupy the AI smartphone market with even minor areas.

“As consumers use more AI capabilities they can actually feel the convenience and benefits they bring. I believe strongly that these Galaxy AI, mobile AI are strong motivations and drivers for the purchase of new products.”

Yesterday, Samsung introduced new Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Z Flip 6. These phones run the Android 14-based One UI 6.1.1 software skin. It’s packed with advanced artificial inelligence capabilities and Generative AI features.

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Samsung-Google Alliance: Gemini AI fully integrated on Galaxy Z, One UI 6.1.1

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Samsung and Google are the closest partners in the Android tech industry. Reiterating their collab, Samsung and Google bolstered the new Galaxy Z and One UI 6.1.1 by fully integrating Gemini AI. It’s like a blow to Apple, which is still striving to get Google’s Gemini.

At the Unpacked, Samsung showcased its longstanding partnership with Google. The new Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Z Fold 6 deeply integrated the Gemini AI app. It offers consumers their own AI-powered assistant, which is full of seamless advantages.

You can bring up Gemini’s overlay by swiping the corner of the screen or saying, “Hey Google.” The AI-powered Gemini app provides help with writing, learning, or planning.

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It’s also integrated with the most popular Google apps to make it easy to have a connected experience. Gemini is deeply integrated with Google apps, it can help you take action across Gmail, Docs, Maps, Drive, and more.

For instance, when you want detailed info about a K-pop music video while watching YouTube on Galaxy Z Fold 6, you can access the Gemini overlay in the multi-window split screen to ask questions.

These enhancements are expected to soon be available for the Galaxy S24 series. Samsung might provide enhanced Galaxy AI functions to older phones next month, however, the version won’t be bumped.

Apple could surely shift gears to reach an agreement with Google. The company has collaborated with OpenAI for iPhones but Google’s Gemini AI model is significantly capable in multiple tasks.

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