Samsung’s Galaxy AI will let you talk to anyone in any language

Samsung recently introduced Galaxy AI, a new mobile intelligence that aims to revolutionize how smartphones are used.

Galaxy AI is powered by both on-device AI developed at Samsung and cloud-based AI enabled by open collaborations with industry leaders. Its goal is to provide users with universal intelligence from their phones to enhance communication, productivity, creativity, and more.

One of the most exciting features that Galaxy AI is AI Live Translate Call, a personal translator integrated into the native call feature. This will allow users to have audio and text translations in real-time as they speak to someone who speaks another language, without the need for third-party apps. Moreover, because it’s on-device Galaxy AI, user data and private conversations never leave their phones.

AI Live Translate Call will soon give users with the latest Galaxy AI phone a personal translator whenever they need it. Because it’s integrated into the native call feature, there won’t be a need for third-party apps. Audio and text translations will appear in real time. Moreover, because it’s on-device Galaxy AI, data and private conversations never leave the phone.

Aside from the live translate feature, Galaxy AI will also bring new possibilities to other aspects of the mobile experience, such as barrier-free communication, simplified productivity, and unconstrained creativity.

“Mobile technology has an incredible power to enable connection, productivity, creativity, and more for people around the world, but until now, we haven’t seen mobile AI ignite that in truly meaningful ways,” said Wonjoon Choi, EVP and Head of R&D, Mobile eXperience Business. “Galaxy AI is our most comprehensive intelligence offering to date, and it will change how we think about our phones forever.”

Galaxy AI is expected to launch early next year and will be available on the latest Galaxy AI phone, potentially the Galaxy S24 series (maybe powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 with generative AI capabilities). Samsung says that this is just a glimpse of what’s to come, and that Galaxy AI will open up new horizons for mobile users.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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