” “Unlock the Full Potential of the Samsung Galaxy S24 with Google Gemini-Powered AI Enhancements”

Gemini, Google’s cutting-edge generative AI model family, is coming to Samsung’s new flagship smartphone — the Galaxy S24. Google and Samsung made the announcement to coincide with the Galaxy S24’s unveiling this afternoon. Beyond Gemini, the Galaxy S24 will benefit from Google’s Imagen 2 text-to-image model, which will underpin photo editing features in the Galaxy S24 Gallery app. Neither company said exactly how Ultra might be used on the Galaxy S24, however — or any other Samsung devices for that matter. Mum’s the word on whether Galaxy S24 users can expect the same Assistant and Bard upgrades; hopefully we’ll learn more during today’s Galaxy S24 press conference.

Google and Samsung have joined forces once again, this time bringing Google’s impressive AI model family, Gemini, to Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone – the Galaxy S24.

The announcement was made during the launch event for the Galaxy S24, showcasing the exciting new collaboration between the two tech giants.

Specifically, the Galaxy S24 will utilize Gemini Pro, a mid-range model from the Gemini family, to enhance the functionality of Samsung’s Notes, Voice Recorder, and Keyboard apps. With this integration, users can expect improved summarization features, making tasks like recording a lecture and receiving key points a breeze.

But that’s not all – the Gemini Nano model, known for its efficiency and compactness, will bring a new feature to the Google Messages app on the Galaxy S24. This feature, called Magic Compose, allows users to craft messages in different styles such as “excited,” “formal,” and “lyrical,” all without needing an internet connection.

It’s worth noting that the Galaxy S24 is only the second Android device to run a Gemini Nano model, with the first being Google’s very own Pixel 8 Pro. On the Pixel 8 Pro, Nano powers features like an AI summarizer in the Recorder app and suggested replies in Gboard keyboard.

Aside from Gemini, the Galaxy S24 will also take advantage of Google’s Imagen 2 text-to-image model, which will support photo editing capabilities in the Galaxy S24 Gallery app. One exciting feature is the “Generative Edit,” which automatically fills in parts of images based on the surrounding context.

But the big news is that Samsung will be one of the first partners to test Gemini Ultra, the largest and most capable Gemini model, before it becomes widely available to developers and enterprises later this year. Although specifics are still under wraps, it’s safe to say that Ultra will bring even more exciting possibilities to the Galaxy S24 – and potentially other Samsung devices.

Speaking of potential, it was announced late last year that Android users would have access to Gemini through Bard, and that Google Assistant would integrate with Bard on Pixel devices. Whether or not Galaxy S24 users can expect the same Assistant and Bard upgrades is still a mystery, but we may find out more during today’s press conference.

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