Google Pixel 8 Will Get Gemini Nano AI

    Google’s been making waves with its fancy new Gemini AI, and they’ve got different versions for different devices. One of these is called Gemini Nano, and it’s pretty special because it runs entirely on your phone without needing any help from the cloud.

    Now, here’s where things get juicy. Initially, Google wanted to keep Gemini Nano as an exclusive treat for the Pixel 8 Pro, even though the regular Pixel 8 has the same powerful brain (aka chipset) under the hood. As you can imagine, this didn’t go down well with a lot of people online, and they made sure Google heard about it loud and clear.

    Guess what? Google actually listened! They’ve had a change of heart and realized that, lo and behold, it is possible to bring Gemini Nano to the Pixel 8 after all. They’re planning to release it as a developer preview along with the next Pixel Feature Drop, which is expected to land in June.

    Google mentioned that they’ve seen a ton of “excitement” (more like demands, but hey, let’s keep it positive) from Pixel 8 owners who want in on the Gemini Nano action. They also reminded everyone that running these fancy AI language models on phones with different memory specs can lead to some variations in user experience. That’s why they’ve been working hard to make sure everything runs smoothly on the Pixel 8.

    So, what can you expect from Gemini Nano? It’s going to power two cool new features: Summarize in Recorder and Smart Reply in Gboard. The best part? These will be available on both the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, and they’ll work even when you’re offline, thanks to the magic of on-device Gemini Nano.

    Now, let’s talk a bit more about Gemini itself. It’s Google’s latest and greatest AI language model, designed to understand and generate human-like text. It comes in different sizes, from the beefy Gemini Base to the lightweight Gemini Nano, catering to various devices and use cases.

    What sets Gemini apart is its ability to run on-device, meaning it doesn’t need to send your data to the cloud for processing. This is a big deal for privacy and speed, as you can enjoy the benefits of AI without worrying about your personal info being sent off to some distant server.

    Google’s been pushing hard to bring more AI capabilities to its Pixel devices, and Gemini Nano is just one example of how they’re making it happen. With each Pixel Feature Drop, we can expect to see more AI-powered goodies that make our phones smarter and more helpful.


    Related articles

    Google Wallet Officially Comes to India

    Google has launched the app called Google Wallet, in...

    The Power of Integration: How Business Tech is Uniting Teams Across Organizations

    You're running a business with teams spread across different...

    Qualcomm and Apple Extend Partnership 3-Year Extension

    Qualcomm has announced that it will continue to supply...

    Samsung’s One UI 6.1 Update Confirmed Reaches 8.8 Million Devices

    Samsung has announced that its latest software update, One...

    Trending 5 Sports Betting Apps for Pakistani Fans in 2024

    Sports betting has changed a lot over the years....
    Mobilemall Staff
    Mobilemall Staff
    From the latest smartphone releases to in-depth analyses of the hottest gadgets and latest technology trends, our, Mobilemall team is dedicated to delivering timely, accurate, and engaging news and reviews to our readers. At Mobilemall, we pride ourselves on delivering the most up-to-date and relevant tech news and reviews to our readers.