Galaxy S22 Series is Getting Exclusive Android Features from Google

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Samsung has just announced the Galaxy S22 trio at the Samsung Unpacked event and seems like Google has decided to announce exclusive features that are coming to Samsung's latest phones as well as the Galaxy Tab S8 lineup.

For starters, the two new series are getting some neat tricks that are exclusive to Google apps. Google Duo users can now use the collaboration feature in the form of live sharing. Those running the Galaxy S22 devices or the Galaxy Tab S8 devices can now use video calling to collaborate across various Samsung apps such as Notes, Gallery, they can also create YouTube watch parties and even doodle together on using the apps.

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Moving further, Galaxy S22 and Tab S8 users will now be able to preview videos within the Google Messages app. This does seem like a niche use case to some users but Google has claimed that YouTube links are among the most shared on the platform. Like WhatsApp, users can just view the video in the chat rather than going to the app itself.

Aside from apps, the new features are also coming to Samsung's One UI 4.0. The Galaxy S22 and Tab S8 devices will land with Voice Access will be a part of their Android 12 builds. This is going to allow users to use their phone with their voice by simply saying, "Hey Google, Voice access."

Moving further, Google has also mentioned that One UI 4. now includes Material You includes including dynamic theming and all the good features.

You can look at all the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy Tab S8 coverage here. Let us know what you think about Google's new commitment to Samsung.

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