It’s official, folks! Samsung‘s made it clear. They’re all set to pull the curtains off the Galaxy S24 series on January 17. The hype machine’s already in full swing. The teasers are out, and they’re really playing up the AI capabilities of these new flagships.
Leaks? Oh, we’ve had plenty. They’ve given us a sneak peek into the AI features the Korean tech giant’s planning to roll out with the Galaxy S24 lineup. The latest leak’s a juicy one. It says the phones will come with a Browsing Assist AI and a built-in video slo-mo tool.
Now, let’s talk about the Galaxy S24’s AI-powered browsing assistance and video editing tools. Ahmed Qwaider, a tipster, has some interesting info. He says the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra will come with a feature called Browsing Assist AI.
Sounds fancy, right? It’s an AI-powered tool designed to amp up your internet browsing experience. It’s particularly handy when you’re reading articles. The tool’s got three features. It can highlight the important parts of an article. Want a shorter summary with key points? It can whip that up too.
But wait, there’s more. If the article’s in a foreign language, Browsing Assist AI can translate it to a language of your choice. And the best part? It’s built into the system, i.e., One UI 6.1. No need for a separate app or anything. You can pull up the tool whenever you need it.
Previous leaks and Samsung’s official teasers suggest some AI features will work offline on the device while others will require an internet connection.
Ahmed Qwaider’s X post also mentions a nifty feature. You’ll be able to compress a video directly from the built-in video player. No need for a separate app. You can also select a portion of the video and quickly create a slow-motion version of it, all within the Gallery. It’s unclear whether this works offline.
Fine prints on Samsung’s Galaxy S24 teasers have confirmed that the AI-powered photo and video editing tools won’t be available offline.
Samsung’s One UI 6.1 is set to bring more AI features. The Galaxy S24 series will come with One UI 6.1, the latest iteration of Samsung’s Android-based custom software. Leaks have already revealed that the new One UI version will bring tons of AI features.
Samsung’s using AI to enhance the Galaxy experience. AI features are found everywhere from cameras and the gallery to settings and other system apps. It remains to be seen if older Galaxy flagships will get these features. Samsung will push the One UI 6.1 update to the likes of the Galaxy S23 following the Galaxy S24 launch.