Samsung is set to unveil its next-generation flagship smartphone series, the Galaxy S24, on January 17, 2024, in San Jose, California. The Galaxy S24 series will be the company’s first AI phone, featuring Samsung’s new Galaxy AI platform and various AI-related trademarks.
According to a report from SamMobile, the Galaxy S24 series will be marketed as an AI phone that will revolutionize how smartphones are used. Samsung has filed several trademarks related to AI, such as AI Phone and AI Smartphone.
Samsung also recently announced its Galaxy AI, which further supports the possibility of AI phones. The company’s new cloud and on-device mobile intelligence aims to provide personalized and seamless experiences for users. One of the upcoming features of Galaxy AI is the AI Live Translate Call, which will allow users to communicate with anyone in any language through an integrated translator that can translate audio and text in real-time.
The Galaxy S24 series will consist of three models: the Galaxy S24, the Galaxy S24+, and the Galaxy S24 Ultra. The Galaxy S24 and S24+ will have different chipsets depending on the market. In global markets, they will come with an Exynos 2400 chip, while in North America, they will come with a Snapdragon chip. Meanwhile, a report from Android Authority says the Galaxy S24 Ultra will have a Snapdragon chip in all markets.
The Snapdragon chip is likely going to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, which was announced in October. The chip will bring generative AI to the next wave of flagship Android smartphones, enabling users to create realistic and immersive content, such as photos, videos, and audio. The chip also offers improved graphical and computational performance, as well as enhanced security and connectivity.
With its AI features and powerful performance, the Galaxy S24 series will be Samsung’s most cutting-edge and impressive smartphone series to date. It is expected to be the best flagship phone Android has to offer.
However, some fans may be disappointed by the company’s decision to use different chips for different markets, a practice that has been criticized in the past. We’ll keep you updated on the latest news on the Galaxy S24 series. Stay tuned.
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