Microsoft’s Bing AI will be finding its way onto Samsung phones


While Windows Phone is pretty dead in the water and there are no foreseeable plans to revive it, Microsoft’s presence on mobile devices is actually pretty strong. In fact, it looks like Microsoft is laying the foundation down because Bing AI has officially made its way onto Samsung devices.

This actually comes in the form of SwiftKey, where the team behind the keyboard app has announced that Bing AI is now making its way to Samsung users through SwiftKey. For those unfamiliar, Microsoft integrated its Bing AI into SwiftKey, and since SwiftKey is the keyboard that Samsung uses in its One UI, Samsung users who haven’t switched out to Gboard or other keyboard apps will be able to take advantage of it in the coming days.

What’s interesting about this is how a couple of weeks ago, there were rumors that Samsung and Microsoft were in talks to potentially replace Google with Bing as the default search. We did cover some of the potential implications of such a switch, so this is actually kind of a small step in that direction.

It could be that this could give users a small taste of what’s to come before Samsung makes the big switch to Bing (if it ever happens), but either way if you are interested in seeing what all the fuss is about with Bing’s new AI, then this could be an update to look forward to.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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