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Google Reportedly Working on Quick Pair Setup for New Android Phones, Could Debut Samsung Galaxy S23 Series

Google Reportedly Working on Quick Pair Setup for New Android Phones, Could Debut Samsung Galaxy S23 Series

Google Reportedly Working on Quick Pair Setup for New Android Phones, Could Debut Samsung Galaxy S23 Series

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Google is reportedly working on the ability to set up an Android phone through the company’s Fast Pair feature. The capability could make its smartphone debut with the Samsung Galaxy S23 series which is expected to be unveiled by the South Korean conglomerate at its Galaxy Unpacked 2023 event on February 1. Samsung’s next flagship smartphone series is expected to include the vanilla Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra models.

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Fast Pair is a feature that is part of Google Play Services that allows users to set up, connect and pair new devices such as headphones, Wear OS smartwatches, styluses, tracker tags and other accessories automatically, with just a touch when they are nearby and turned. to. According to a report from 9to5Gooogle, the Fast Pair feature has been updated by Google to also include support for setting up nearby smartphones.

The updated Fast Pair feature could debut on Samsung’s next flagship series of smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S23. With the Fast Pair feature enabled on an Android device, it could detect nearby Fast Pair-enabled devices, including another Android smartphone and other accessories, according to the report. Upon detecting the specific device that is nearby, the feature will automatically redirect the users to the process to install the relevant steps that need to be followed to move data between the two devices.

As nearby Android smartphones are also supported on Fast Pair and apparently present on Samsung Galaxy S23 series, smartphones in the series could detect nearby Android devices and prompt users to install the Samsung Smart Switch app which allows users to transfer data between two devices. , according to the report.

This feature could end up making the process of setting up a new Samsung Galaxy S23 series smartphone easier than ever, but there is currently no information on whether the old and new device will both need the feature. support for updated Fast Pair functionality.

9to5Google has accessed details of a recent release of the Google Play Services app which appears to suggest that Google is preparing to roll out Android’s new Fast Pair feature to the Samsung Galaxy S23 series. The South Korean conglomerate recently opened pre-bookings for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series in India, as well as several other countries.

However, it is important to note that neither Google nor Samsung have confirmed their plans to update the Fast Pair feature or the inclusion of such a feature on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 series, respectively.


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