This new feature will be possible because it will be connected to Microsoft's AI service, which will be responsible for summarising messages.
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has arrived to stay, and Samsung knows it’s the new weapon they have to compete against powerful rivals. Everyone wants to integrate this technology into their smartphones, so having a good camera won’t be enough to capture users’ attention. They must make brilliant use of AI for that.
The main challenge of this technology is that it is costly and requires a lot, a lot of power. Therefore, some of the new AI options we are seeing primarily run on the web rather than on the device. Understanding this fact is crucial because it allows you to accept that part of what is coming in the short term regarding AI will depend on the web or another more powerful device.
You’ll need a Galaxy Book 4 and Microsoft Copilot
Now we know that one of the standout options announced by Samsung at the event focused on Artificial Intelligence called AI For All is to enable the new Galaxy devices to summarize received messages from different services. A practical and useful option for users to have an overview of their entire inbox on their mobile device, which can sometimes become overwhelming.
However, this option currently has a catch—it is limited only to the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy Book 4 combo. In other words, to use it, you’ll need to have your phone connected to the new Galaxy Book 4, which includes support for Microsoft Copilot. Copilot will be the application responsible for summarizing these messages.
This works because the mobile device connects to the laptop through the Link to Windows application, and Copilot has access to the laptop’s messages to create the summary.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the Spanish version.