Samsung confirms that Galaxy AI is coming to more devices ‘soon’: Check details

Samsung confirms that Galaxy AI is coming to more devices ‘soon’: Check details
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Samsung recently announced three new languages coming to Galaxy AI: Arabic, Indonesian and Russian.

Samsung also plans to add four more languages later this year.

Announcing these new additions, Samsung also confirmed that it will bring Galaxy AI to more devices “soon.”

Samsung users have something to look forward to as the tech giant confirms the expansion of its Galaxy AI to more devices in the near future. With an announcement highlighting the widening language support for its Galaxy AI, Samsung has hinted at an imminent rollout of Galaxy AI to more devices.

Let’s delve into the details.

Also read: Galaxy AI to feature in more Samsung smartphones: Details here

Samsung confirms that Galaxy AI is coming to more devices 'soon': Check details

Samsung recently announced three new languages coming to Galaxy AI: Arabic, Indonesian and Russian, as well as three new dialects over this Spring 2024: Australian English, Cantonese and Canadian French. 

Also read: Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2024: Galaxy AI to usher in a new era of mobile experiences!

Samsung confirms that Galaxy AI is coming to more devices 'soon': Check details

In addition to these new languages and dialects, Samsung plans to add four more languages later this year, including Romanian, Turkish, Dutch and Swedish, as well as the traditional Chinese and European Portuguese.

Announcing these new additions, Samsung also directly confirmed that it will bring Galaxy AI to more devices “soon.”

“The newly supported Galaxy AI languages and dialects will each be available for download as a language pack from the Settings app across all devices that support Galaxy AI. That includes the Galaxy S24 series, Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Flip5, and Galaxy Tab S9 series, with more coming soon,” the tech giant said in a blogpost.

Galaxy AI: Feature Descriptions

  • Live Translate produces two-way, real-time voice and text translations of phone calls, making it easier than ever to book reservations while travelling or chat with your grandparents in their native language.
  • Interpreter can instantly translate live conversations through a user-friendly split-screen view, allowing people standing opposite each other to read a text translation of what the other person is saying.
  • Chat Assist can help perfect conversational tones by generating context-aware suggestions and translations to ensure communication sounds as it was intended, whether it’s a polite message to a coworker or a short catchy phrase for a social media caption.
  • Note Assist can create AI-generated summaries, pre-formatted templates and cover pages, and help with translations, elevating your day-to-day productivity.
  • Transcript Assist uses AI and Speech-to-Text technology to transcribe, summarise and even translate voice recordings.
  • Browsing Assist helps you stay up to speed on what’s happening in the world while saving time by generating concise summaries and translations of news articles or web pages.
Ayushi Jain

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