Apart from the hardware goods, Samsung’s upcoming Mobile AI is the subject of a lot of hype. Galaxy AI is supported by “cloud-based AI enabled by our open collaborations with like-minded industry leaders and on-device AI created by Samsung,” the company states.
Although we’re not sure, Galaxy AI may be available in apps like S Note, the camera, messaging, phones, and texts, and it may also assist users in making original wallpapers.
Real-time translation could be another application for AI. Real-time voice and text translation may be possible with the AI Live Translate technology. With the robust Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC powering it, processing could take place locally and instantly. But we have to wait—the formal announcement isn’t until two weeks from now.
However, the term artificial intelligence is not new, at least not for phones; Samsung may be the first to promote generative characteristics. Apple and Google may follow suit.
Samsung Reveals Galaxy AI Release Date
Samsung has finally announced the date for its first Galaxy Unpacked event for 2024. The launch of the Galaxy S24 smartphone family, along with other goods, will take place on January 17 at this event.
Samsung teased its new generative AI, Galaxy AI, and disclosed the date of the Galaxy Unpacked event. Despite the lack of an explicit announcement on the S24 lineup, we can confidently infer from prior launch dates that the Galaxy S24 lineup will be available on January 17.
Samsung unveiled several Galaxy Book notebooks and the Galaxy S23 series, which includes the Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra, last year. This year, the company may unveil the Galaxy S24, S24 Plus, S24 Ultra, Galaxy AI, and even the upgraded Galaxy Book computers at the event.
You can get a preview of the new colorway that the corporation might release this year by thoroughly examining the event teaser. Furthermore, given that the two firms have long been sources of inspiration for one another, you’re not alone if this makes you think of the iPhone 15.
You can see the Galaxy AI teaser in the embed below:
The movie clip has the Galaxy AI logo, which oddly resembles Google’s Bard logo quite a bit. However, it is improbable that there is a direct relationship between the two.
The clip’s tiny print reiterates that using the internet would be necessary for at least some of the Galaxy AI features. To be clear, Samsung has already stated that certain AI features will operate on-device, while others will require cloud computing.
Samsung Gauss, about which we now know very little, will serve as the foundation for Galaxy AI. Its current purpose is “staff productivity,” and we know it will have three tiers: Samsung Gauss Language, Samsung Gauss Code, and Samsung Gauss Image. However, we anticipate that Galaxy AI will face off against comparable products like Bard, Microsoft’s Copilot, and ChatGPT itself.
Samsung is also Offering a Deal to Save $50 On the Galaxy S24
Pre-orders for the Galaxy S24 series will probably go live on January 17, the same day as the device’s launch. But as of right now, you can reserve a Galaxy S24 smartphone and receive a $50 Samsung Credit simply for doing so.
Reserving an S24 phone comes at no extra cost. It is not even necessary for you to submit the payment details. All you have to do is tell Samsung that you are interested in pre-ordering the Galaxy S24 or one of its more expensive variants after launch by completing a short form with your name and email address.
You can use the Samsung app or website to reserve the device of your choosing. In addition, customers who reserve the phone will receive a $50 credit from the company. The deadline for reservations is January 16. There are also speculations of further advantages, including as free storage upgrades and deals on Galaxy Watches and headphones.