Next-Gen Copilot Features for Windows 11 Teased by Samsung

Microsoft’s Copilot is the AI tool that is here to take on the likes of Google’s Gemini and Open AI’s ChatGPT. While Microsoft is doing its best to make its AI tool more accessible to people using different devices, it seems that they are also ready to unveil the wraps on the next generation of Microsoft Copilot.

Beebom has uncovered that the next generation of Microsoft’s Copilot with new features appears on Samsung’s Galaxy Book4 product page.

When you browse through the Galaxy Book4’s product page on the Samsung website, interesting infographics showcase the new things that Microsoft’s Copilot can do. Do keep in mind that the Galaxy Book4 from Samsung was released towards the end of February. So to make the laptop more appealing to new buyers, showing off new Copilot tricks is the right move.

While the upgraded Copilot for Windows 11 is making its way soon,  you can expect Copilot to bring in deeper and ever-so-seamless integration on your Android-powered smartphones and supported tablets. You will soon be able to send and receive messages from your Android smartphone using Copilot. Copilot will also help you to summarize text messages that you receive- making it easy for you to know what the message is about instead of reading everything.

With such improvements with Copilot and Android smartphones, you can expect this to work along the lines of the Phone Link app. The next generation Copilot will let you copy links from messages received on your phone as well as give you the option to set reminders about performing a particular task or to read through a particular message on text. 

Spotted on the product page for the Galaxy Book4 is that these new AI-based features from Copilot are expected to come to the Galaxy Book4 lineup in the first half of 2024. Now, we know whether it will be available to the Galaxy Book4 lineup or will it released a few months later to other Windows 11 PCs, that is something only Microsoft has the answers to.

While this is just a glimpse of what we can expect from the next generation of Microsoft Copilot, the upcoming Microsoft event scheduled for the 21st of March, we can expect to see a new lineup of Microsoft Surface laptops as well as more information about the next generation of Copilot, what devices will be eligible or if it will be exclusive to select devices and models.

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