Images and details have emerged about the eagerly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S24 series, set for release on January 17.
These insights offer a glimpse into the design and AI features of the forthcoming Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24 Plus, and Galaxy S24 Ultra.
Shared via Phone Arena, leaked images showcase the Galaxy S24 series, revealing a design that closely resembles its predecessors.
There are also multiple AI features, including:
- Note Assist: This feature automatically summarizes, formats, and translates notes.
- Live translate: Offers real-time translations during calls.
- Enhanced search capabilities: Users can circle or tap within any image, video, or text to search for specific items, demonstrated by identifying a particular backpack in a photo.
These AI features require a Samsung Account, and Note Assist requires an internet connection, but some will run locally on the device.
The camera specifications are also seriously impressive, with the Galaxy S24 Ultra boasting a 200MP main camera.
The other two models, the Galaxy S24 and S24 Plus are equipped with 50MP cameras, ensuring high-quality imaging across the series.
Samsung has made a strong start in developing AI-integrated devices, including various gadgets demonstrated at the recent CES 2024.
AI in iPhone and Google Pixel Phones
The Google Pixel series was among the first to integrate AI into their features, especially with the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro models.
Powered by the Tensor G3 chipset and Bard Micro, Google’s new lightweight AI model designed for on-device processing, these phones offer the Magic Editor, which enables users to reposition subjects in photos and fill in gaps creatively using generative AI.
The Audio Magic Eraser feature removes unwanted background noise from videos, categorizing different sounds into layers for selective editing.
Google’s new Bard model is also integrated into an upgraded Google Assistant, which integrates with apps like YouTube and Gmail to offer personalized services such as summarizing emails and creating social media captions.
Slow starter iPhone is also on the premises. With the development of a language model called Ajax, Apple is expected to introduce a more sophisticated version of Siri and other generative AI features that could be exclusive to newer models like the iPhone 16.
iOS 18, due later in the year, will bring advanced AI features like enhancements to Siri, auto-summarizing and auto-complete features for core apps, improved playlist creation in Apple Music, and AI tools in AppleCare services.
Apple’s Face ID will also utilize machine learning algorithms to facilitate secure facial recognition.
The march of the AI devices is underway.