Berikut Samsung Wants to Replace Google Search with Bing
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iwanrj.com – Jakarta – Samsung Electronics reportedly wants to move from Google Search to Microsoft regarding the default search service on its smartphone. That way, Samsung cellphones may no longer use Google for search services, but Microsoft Bing.
As is known, Samsung smartphone and tablet devices use Google and Google Chrome as search applications. This has been going on for a long time, and users have not complained about Google’s presence at Samsung.
The Suwon-based company, South Korea, however, is considering something new. According to a report by The New York Times, Samsung is considering switching from Google to Microsoft’s Bing.
Negotiations are still ongoing and Samsung may still decide to keep Google as its default provider, according to the report. It is not known why Samsung wants to move to Bing.
Possibly because of the sophistication of Bing, which is now supported by ChatGPT, making the data search process even easier. This case certainly reinforces Bing’s threat in defeating Google’s dominance, especially after being supported by AI chatbots.
Meanwhile, if the transfer of the default service occurs, Google will suffer a big loss. quoted Telset from Gadget 360 on Tuesday (18/04/2023), Google’s annual revenue may decrease by USD 3 billion or IDR 44.4 trillion.
According to IDC data, Samsung will ship 261 million smartphones in 2022 and if they switch to Bing, hundreds of millions of Samsung cellphone users will leave Google to find information.
Both Google and Samsung declined to comment on the report. Google is currently focusing on creating an AI-powered search engine through a secret project with the Megi code which is now being worked on by 160 Google employees.
“Google is excited to bring new AI-powered features to search and will share more details soon,” said Google Spokesperson Lara Levin.
Although this rumor was denied by Samsung, Google seems to have to finish this project soon so that it can compete with Bing and not be abandoned by users. [NM/HBS]