Which Samsung phones are expected to get Galaxy AI?

Galaxy AI, or Gauss, is Samsung’s generative AI model and is first-party. They named it after the mathematician Gauss since AI and ML involves a lot of complex algorithms. It can generate text, compose mail, summarize documents, and also translate documents. Samsung will integrate Galaxy AI into their first-party apps, too.

Galaxy AI also supports image generation, and you can also edit the images that it has generated. It already exists in some form in the gallery app since you can upscale existing images. You can also use a feature similar to the Magic Eraser. Samsung is making it privacy-centric as well.

Galaxy AI: Features and Capabilities

Galaxy AI will have many features similar to existing AI assistants like Bard and Chat GPT. It’ll also include features from AI tools like Midjourney and DALL-E since it uses generative AI for images. It has the obvious feature of being a conversational AI so that you can talk to it like a really smart chatbot.

You can also use it for coding automation. You give it a transcript, and it can write a code from your description. It can autocomplete existing code, write fresh code, or correct mistakes. Bard and Chat GPT can already do this, and we have to see how Samsung’s implementation is.

It has two main components:

  1. Gauss Code: It helps to simplify complex coding workflows. It assists developers and beginners in writing code alike.
  2. Gauss Image: This is similar to Midjourney, and it can generate an image from text input. It can also upscale lower-resolution images. You can also use it to create and edit images through a few simple commands.

The Exynos 2400 has major improvements to its AI performance. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 has similar boosts to AI performance. Samsung will use a mix of these chipsets depending on the region. Some of them will get the Exynos 2400, and others will get the 8 Gen 2, but this mix is only for the S24 and S24 Plus. All the S24 Ultra models will get the 8 Gen 3 in all regions. The 8 Gen 3 currently performs much better in CPU tests, and the GPU is miles ahead.

Samsung also has a demo on their website, where they showcase the new zooming capabilities. Galaxy AI can use algorithms to improve the zoom quality of images, and this also helps with locking focus in videos.

Samsung claims that these features will change the way we interact with our phones and that they’ll change the experience in truly meaningful ways. Galaxy AI apparently will allow Audio and text translations in real-time.

Samsung explains AI Live Translate Call on their official website. It’s self-explanatory and acts like a personal translator. You don’t have to use any third-party apps for it anymore. It’s also private. The other side can see a translation in their language effortlessly. This solves plenty of communication barriers.

AI Live Translate Call

Samsung Phones Expected to Receive Galaxy AI Features

Samsung will announce the new AI features soon, and they could demo them on stage at the same event as the Galaxy Unpacked event that unveils the S24 lineup. Since these are the only upcoming phones with new hardware necessary for AI, we expect the following phones to get Galaxy AI:

  1. Galaxy S24
  2. Galaxy S24+
  3. Galaxy S24 Ultra

For now, we can only assume that these three phones will get the new Galaxy AI features. However, all the features from the S series flagships eventually make it to the Z Fold flagship series as well. We can expect the same features to eventually come to the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and the Galaxy Z Flip 6. Since Samsung is fully committing to AI with its upcoming phones, we can expect these two phones to get these two features.

We still don’t know whether the upcoming Z Flip 6 FE (tentative name) will get these features. The Flip phones don’t have DeX Mode yet so they might reserve Galaxy AI for more expensive models.

We doubt whether these features will make it to older models. They could add some of them that don’t require any new hardware to some phones with the One UI 6.1 update since the stable One UI 6.0 update doesn’t have any AI features. Samsung might also lock some of the AI features behind a subscription paywall.

About: Ankan

Ankan is a tech enthusiast with a particular passion for Samsung gadgets. He has extensive hands-on experience testing out the latest Samsung smartphones, tablets, wearables, and other devices. At SamInsider, he provides reliable coverage of everything happening in the Samsung world. Email: techblizpro@gmail.com (Follow on X/Twitter)

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