We knew that certain Galaxy AI functions, until now exclusive to the Galaxy S24, were going to arrive on other models. But we didn’t know which ones. It is now done.
If you follow the news from the Korean manufacturer at all Samsung, you know that it unveiled its Galaxy S24 in January. And it has not escaped your notice that he placed (very) strong emphasis on Galaxy AIL’artificial intelligence home embedded in the 3 models of the smartphone series. In parallel with our test of the Galaxy S24 Ultra, we also tried this AI and it is clear that it is rather efficient overall. Except perhaps on the transcription of meetings where she still has progress to make.
For the moment exclusive to the latest mobiles, owners of “older” models have legitimately wondered if they were going to be entitled to Galaxy AI too. Samsung responded in the affirmative by announcing the list of devices that will receive its artificial intelligence. Good news which still left a question unanswered: is it a full AI port or some selected features beforehand? The Samsung site provides some answers on its international version.
These Galaxy AI functions will land on smartphones other than the Galaxy S24
Using thecomparison tool from the website, it is possible to put one of the Galaxy S24s face to face with the Galaxy S23 for example. A Galaxy AI section then appears and lists 4 functions with the mention “Coming soon” (coming soon):
- Circle to Searchwhich allows you to circle something on the screen to start a search.
- Live Translatewhich translates in real time into 13 languages.
- Note Assistwhich helps to transcribe handwritten notes and summarize them.
- Photo Assistwhich enhances photos automatically.
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Only these 4 features are listed at the moment, but that doesn’t mean that all the others will never arrive on smartphones compatible with Galaxy AI. There is no difference depending on the models compared: S23, S23+ and S23 Ultra will be entitled to the same thing. No date announced currently, but it is rumored that everything could happen with the One UI 6.1 update in the first half of 2024.