I’d love Galaxy S24 AI if I liked Samsung’s apps | Phones

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It’s only been a couple of weeks, but AI is absolutely the big buzzword of 2024, and Samsung’s Galaxy S24 series is betting big on the tech. And, somewhat shockingly, the Galaxy AI suite is really quite good, but the problem I’m facing so far is that the Samsung apps they’re tied to are not ones I want to use.

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On the Galaxy S24, S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra, Samsung has a suite of a bunch of AI features. Some work on-device while others are powered by Google’s Gemini models in the cloud, but the whole suite is baked throughout Samsung’s experience. Chat Assist lives in Samsung Keyboard, Transcript Assist is in Samsung’s Voice Recorder apps, and so on.

I’ve been testing the Galaxy S24 Ultra for the past few days, and I’m actually rather happy with Samsung’s work on these AI features. That said, I’d probably like them all a whole lot more if they weren’t baked into apps that I don’t want to use.

My main example here comes with Samsung’s Chat Assist features. These features can translate messages in any messaging app, help you better phrase your messages, or help out with spelling and grammar. To Samsung’s credit, it works really well! But do you know what doesn’t work very well? Samsung Keyboard! Autocorrect is rough as it constantly ignores when I undo a “correction,” and it’s lacking on simple features I’ve come to rely on after years on Gboard, like GIF insertion. I’m forcing myself to use Samsung Keyboard to try out these AI features but, I really…

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