May 18, 2024

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With Android Auto, you’ll get suggested responses and actions powered by AI

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Samsung has recently revealed their latest lineup, the Galaxy S24, while Google has also introduced a range of new AI capabilities for Android Auto. This secondary interface allows for a smartphone-like experience, including navigation and messaging, on a vehicle’s infotainment screen. Google’s announcement can be found on their official blog, while Samsung’s unveiling was covered by Krazeegeek.

According to Google, Android Auto can now use AI to automatically summarize lengthy texts or busy group chats while you are driving. While you can always have your messages read aloud, it may not be convenient when there are many unread messages in a group chat. In such situations, the new summarization feature can provide a quick and effortless way to stay updated while driving. This feature was not unexpected, as it was previously discovered by 9to5Google during development last month.

Moreover, it was announced by Google that AI will be utilized by Android Auto to propose suitable responses and tasks. For example, in the scenario where your friend messages you inquiring about your arrival time for a gathering, Android Auto will suggest sharing your estimated time of arrival. Additionally, if your friend sends a location, you can simply tap once to begin navigating towards it. Furthermore, Android Auto will also allow you to tap once to call your friend.

New ways to stay connected with Android Auto

The upcoming update for Android Auto will enable it to mirror the wallpaper and icons of your Samsung Galaxy, essentially turning the infotainment screen into a reflection of your smartphone’s screen. According to Google, this feature will result in a smoother transition and a unified experience between your phone and your car.

Today, Samsung announced the launch of the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra. These latest smartphones come with enhanced cameras, generative AI capabilities, and brighter screens, as well as new photo-editing options. The prices for the devices begin at $800, $1,000, and $1,300, respectively. All three models are now available for pre-order.

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