Google Fast Pair is Coming to the Galaxy S23

Google’s launch of its Fast Pair service was meant to help people connect their devices to their smartphones more easily than might have been the case otherwise, and it has definitely had the intended effect. From Pixel Buds to the Pixel Watch, Google had a ton of new devices that it was rolling out and making sure they could pair easily was a prime concern.

With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that this Fast Pairing service might be making its way to the Samsung Galaxy S23, as per 9to5Google. They've noticed a line of code that suggests this. It will allow Android phone users to bring their phone close to the aforementioned devices, at which point they will receive a prompt asking them if they are trying to pair the two devices.

One thing to mention here is that this will not serve as a replacement for Samsung’s own Smart Switch service with all things having been considered and taken into account. Rather, it will seek to enhance the user experience in a multitude of other ways.

It’s quite interesting that Samsung’s flagship smartphones are going to be the first to receive this update with all things having been considered and taken into account. Google might have wanted to bring the service to their Pixel phones first, but in spite of the fact that this is the case they are clearly aware of the pull that Samsung has in the field.

There are currently no announcements that can shed some light on when we would get to see these other phones getting compatibility. Chances are that 2023 will see a wide rollout for the service as it makes its way to several other phones, but Samsung is being made to feel quite special here and it’s quite understandable that that is occurring.

Fast Pair is going to be a contender for one the most exciting new services that Google will launch. It will very likely result in an uptick for sales for their devices which are meant to be used in tandem with smartphones.

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