Without a doubt, AI is the buzzword of the year (thanks, ChatGPT!) and Samsung has made the decision that it wants to join the AI-ify everything everywhere movement. That being said, “a new era of Galaxy AI is coming” today.
Curious as to what that implies? There is just one example provided, which is AI Live Translate Call, which does exactly what the name suggests—at least theoretically. Users “with the latest Galaxy AI phone” will have access to a personal translator at any time. Samsung claims with pride that “the hassle of using third-party apps is gone” since this will be incorporated into the native call feature.
Your phone will always have the transcripts of your conversations because they will be translated into text and audio in real time while you speak. This, according to Samsung, renders “calling someone who speaks another language about as simple as turning on closed captions when you stream a show”.Of course, that assumes it functions as promised.
We already know that the Korean business will actively promote artificial intelligence (AI) in conjunction with the launch of the upcoming Galaxy S24 series, which is anticipated to be revealed on January 17. This is essentially Samsung attesting to that fact — anyone up for a “latest Galaxy AI phone”?
Prepare yourself, ladies and gentlemen, for “Galaxy AI”. “Galaxy AI”: what is it? ” comprehensive mobile AI experience, powered by both on-device AI developed at Samsung and cloud-based AI”, the latter enabled by its “open collaborations with like-minded industry leaders.
Because “transform your everyday mobile experience with the peace of mind you count on from Galaxy security and privacy”, because “no company can harness AI’s potential like Galaxy” – note, “Galaxy” is a brand, not a company, but let’s not get bogged down in such pesky details.
The reason “only Galaxy puts the power of openness in the palm of your hand” is why “Galaxy” is in a unique position to “harness” all of this hazy potential, in case you were wondering. It seems that other phones do not exist. Alternatively, they try but are unable to give you that power of transparency for whatever reason. Unusual.
Thus, “coming early next year” (there’s that Galaxy S24 nod/hint again), “Galaxy AI will bring us closer to a world where some of the most common barriers to social connection dissolve, and communication is easier and more productive than ever” is what Samsung states. We wonder if this implies that Galaxy AI will replace Bixby as the company’s flagship product. So get ready for “AI changing the world and your life for the better”.