The Galaxy S25 could use Gemini Nano version 2

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It should be common knowledge by now that Samsung’s Galaxy AI is powered by Google’s Gemini Nano AI model. While some of the tools do use Gemini Pro via an online connection, many of the computations are done on-device. Well, according to a new report, Google’s Gemini Nano 2 will power the Galaxy S25’s AI.

Galaxy AI was a major selling point for the Galaxy S24 series. In fact, this series broke the record held by the Galaxy S23 phones. These tools involve on-device AI, and many of them include text generation and language translation. If you are excited about picking up a Galaxy S24, the base model starts at $799 with the Galaxy S24 Ultra (Review) coming in at $1,299.

Gemini Nano 2 could power the Galaxy S25’s AI

This news comes to us from Nguyen Phi Hung on X. This is a reputable source, but you will still want to take this news with a grain of salt. Since this has not been officially announced by the companies, there’s always the chance that anything could change between now and the official launch.

According to the report, Google and Samsung are set to collaborate again for the next batch of Galaxy S phones. Releasing early next year, Samsung plans to bring further improvements to Galaxy AI with the introduction of the Galaxy S25 phones. Now, there’s not too much information regarding these devices. We can expect the usual slew of performance and camera improvements with a similar form factor to what we’ve gotten over the past couple of years.

However, since Samsung really hit gold with Galaxy AI, we should also expect the company to shift a ton of effort and improvements over to the new platform.

However, one thing we didn’t expect was a new version of Gemini Nano. Gemini Nano was introduced only a few months ago, so we have no idea about Google’s release plan. However, if Gemini Nano version 2 is released early next year with the Galaxy S25, then we should probably expect yearly iterations of its AI models.

Right now, information about both the Galaxy S25 and Gemini Nano 2 is scarce. Luckily, information about the latest Galaxy S phones starts popping up relatively early in the year. Couple that with the fact that Google is terrible at stopping leaks, then we should rightfully expect information about both of these products to start coming forth relatively soon.