Source: Business Insider
Samsung’s new Galaxy S20 comes with Google’s video-chat app, Duo, baked directly into the phone’s calling app. It’s a subtle addition, but one that gives both Samsung and Google important advantages in competing against the iPhone. For Samsung, it gives its latest flagship phones a viable alternative to Apple’s FaceTime, a feature that Samsung’s Galaxy S phones have previously lacked. And putting its video-calling app in the Galaxy S20’s phone app by default could help Google gain more traction with Duo, especially after some of its other messaging products have flopped. Bringing its services to third-party phone makers like Samsung could also help Google make its Android software feel more consistent like the iPhone. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . Samsung is undoubtedly Apple’s biggest competitor in the smartphone market, and its recently announced Galaxy S20 illustrates how it’s teaming up with Google to further compete against the iPhone. Samsung’s Galaxy S20 comes with Google’s video-chat service, Duo, integrated directly into its phone app.