Samsung to Launch AI Kit for S23 by Mar ’24

Samsung to Launch AI Kit for Galaxy S23 Series by March 2024

According to foreign media reports, Samsung announced on Wednesday that the AI features of the Galaxy S24 will be introduced at the end of March 2024 on last year’s smartphones (including foldable phones) and tablets. In January of this year, Engadget’s Sam Rutherford reported that this AI suite will soon be launched on the Galaxy S23 series, Z Fold 5, Z Flip 5, and Tab S9. Today’s announcement formalizes this device list, while adding a more specific launch timeframe, namely the end of March 2024.

The devices from 2023 will receive the AI features of the S24 series through a software update next month. This includes communication-based AI features such as Chat Assist (adjusting message tone and translating messages), Live Translate (real-time voice and text translation), and Interpreter (split-screen translation for face-to-face conversations).

Samsung AI Kit

They will also have productivity-based AI features, such as Circle to Search (searching by drawing a circle around any content on the screen), Note Assist (formatting, summarizing, and translating notes), Browsing Assist (summaries of news articles), and Transcript Assist (transcribing and summarizing meeting recordings).

Finally, these devices will feature image-based AI functions, including Generative Edit (restructuring images, moving subjects, or deleting and replacing them), Edit Suggestion (recommended image adjustments), and Instant Slow-Mo (generating additional frames to convert standard videos into slow-motion videos).

The full list of devices receiving updates starting from March includes Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy Z Flip 5, and Galaxy Tab S9. However, Samsung has stated that more devices will join in the future. “This is just the beginning of Galaxy AI as we plan to bring this experience to over 100 million Galaxy users in 2024 and continue to innovate ways to harness the limitless potential of mobile AI,” wrote Samsung’s president TM Roh in a press release.

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