Samsung teams up with Google to bring the ultimate edge to their AI devices

Wed, May 15th 2024, 02:03 PM

Samsung is making new and innovative technological strides as the world enters its AI era. In a partnership with the tech giant Google, they are transforming the way users perform everyday tasks with mobile devices.

The Samsung brand is known to have long-standing relationships with companies like Google and that make seamless connectivity between devices possible. Both companies have joined forces in the past to create SmartThings, Google Home and the smart watch Wear OS.

Executive Vice President of Product & Innovation and Head of Customer Experience, Patrick Chomet, explains that partnering with like-minded tech companies empowers users by giving them options when selecting devices, more specifically, devices with AI integration.

With a vision to “empower users to break communication barriers, maximize productivity and unleash creativity with Galaxy AI”, Samsung Galaxy in collaboration with Google has brought users a new series of AI tech called “Eureka”.

Eureka is Samsung’s collection of their newest smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S24, S24 Plus and S24 Ultra. Fully equipped with the latest AI technology, it aims to bring convenience, greater productivity, and creativity to users. A new feature exclusively to Eureka will be Circle Search, that enables users to Google items in a photo simply by circling them.

Currently, Samsung is the only company that can harness and connect mobile devices, TVs, home appliances and automotive systems within a single ecosystem. Being able to sync and share across multiple devices is another key feature available for Eureka users.

“We have openly collaborated with innovators across our industry such as Google and Microsoft. Through these collaborations, we have optimized breakthrough technologies from other AI leaders for our users’ benefit” says Chomet.

In recent months, Samsung also had a successful collaboration with Microsoft when they unveiled the new Galaxy Book4 series. This new PC creates a seamless experience across multiple devices with the help of Microsoft Copilot, also powered by AI.

Samsung’s newest AI tech will be coming soon to a cell phone provider near you.

Samsung is making new and innovative technological strides as the world enters its AI era. In a partnership with the tech giant Google, they are transforming the way users perform everyday tasks with mobile devices.
The Samsung brand is known to have long-standing relationships with companies like Google and that make seamless connectivity between devices possible. Both companies have joined forces in the past to create SmartThings, Google Home and the smart watch Wear OS.
Executive Vice President of Product & Innovation and Head of Customer Experience, Patrick Chomet, explains that partnering with like-minded tech companies empowers users by giving them options when selecting devices, more specifically, devices with AI integration.
With a vision to “empower users to break communication barriers, maximize productivity and unleash creativity with Galaxy AI”, Samsung Galaxy in collaboration with Google has brought users a new series of AI tech called “Eureka”.
Eureka is Samsung’s collection of their newest smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S24, S24 Plus and S24 Ultra. Fully equipped with the latest AI technology, it aims to bring convenience, greater productivity, and creativity to users. A new feature exclusively to Eureka will be Circle Search, that enables users to Google items in a photo simply by circling them.
Currently, Samsung is the only company that can harness and connect mobile devices, TVs, home appliances and automotive systems within a single ecosystem. Being able to sync and share across multiple devices is another key feature available for Eureka users.
“We have openly collaborated with innovators across our industry such as Google and Microsoft. Through these collaborations, we have optimized breakthrough technologies from other AI leaders for our users’ benefit” says Chomet.
In recent months, Samsung also had a successful collaboration with Microsoft when they unveiled the new Galaxy Book4 series. This new PC creates a seamless experience across multiple devices with the help of Microsoft Copilot, also powered by AI.
Samsung’s newest AI tech will be coming soon to a cell phone provider near you.
 Sponsored Ads