2023 Models Unsupported, New Samsung Galaxy AI Details

Samsung unveils the Galaxy S24 series with Galaxy AI functionality

Samsung has officially launched the new generation of the S series flagship, the Galaxy S24 series. The series includes the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra models.

The all-new Samsung Galaxy S24 series of smartphones comes with Galaxy AI functionality, bringing a host of new features and support.

As new devices and technology are introduced, multiple reports indicate that Samsung aims to deploy Galaxy AI on approximately 100 million Galaxy mobile devices by 2024.


According to current information, Samsung plans to bring Galaxy AI functionality to devices such as the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Flip 5, Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy Tab S9, Galaxy Tab S9+, and Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra.

Regarding earlier devices, recent reports confirm that devices released before 2023 will not support Galaxy AI functionality.

Reportedly, Patrick Chomet, Head of Samsung’s Customer Experience department, stated in an interview that Galaxy AI functionality will not be available on older phones because Samsung believes that their performance and reliability are not on par with the Galaxy S24 and high-end phones released in 2023. The CPUs, GPUs, and other components in older phones may not be powerful enough to efficiently run all AI functions.


Furthermore, the interview mentioned that Samsung is aware that Galaxy AI performs well on the Galaxy S24 series and is expected to do so on the Galaxy S23 series. However, it is uncertain how extensively ordinary users will utilize artificial intelligence and how this usage will impact device and cloud resources. Samsung aims to ensure the quality and performance of the deployed products and understand how people use these features in order to make performance adjustments. Galaxy AI will also be deployed on the second group of devices, particularly the S23, S23 FE, Z Fold 5, Z Flip 5, and Tab S9, to monitor their performance.


According to analysis, in addition to the computational power from the new generation flagship processors, some Galaxy AI functions also require internet connectivity. This implies a need for significant server and cloud computing capacity, which Samsung may currently not be ready to provide for older devices.


Based on Galaxy AI’s AI editing feature, users can enhance photos they have taken, even if they failed to capture the desired shot, as generative editing can automatically fill in the background.

With the “Search as You Circle” feature, users can browse social networks and use the S Pen stylus or finger to circle an item, obtaining search results.

The real-time translation feature allows for live call translations, and call content can be displayed as text. Users can reply in their own language, and the translated content will be sent to the other party through voice transmission.

The AI writing assistant aids in composing messages by helping users choose appropriate tones. The note-taking AI assistant can summarize content, facilitating intelligent formatting.


However, a report from IT Home suggests that the Galaxy S24 series, which emphasizes Galaxy AI functionality, may transition to a paid model after the end of 2025.


The all-new Samsung Galaxy S24 series is now officially available. As users begin to receive the new devices, more experiences related to Galaxy AI are expected to surface. Interested users should stay tuned for further updates.

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