This post will cover the cutting edge Samsung Galaxy AI feature in the Galaxy S24 series, which is powered by Google Cloud, was unveiled a little more than a week ago, Samsung has reiterated its dedication to growing the technology’s user base and capabilities.
It has been verified by TM Roh, President and Head of MX Business at Samsung Electronics, that older models will get Samsung Galaxy AI in the first half of 2024. Furthermore, the business has big plans to roll out Samsung Galaxy AI to about 100 million Galaxy smartphones globally this year.
This is the official news release from TM Roh:
“According to our analysis, there are various needs for mobile AI. So, there will be consumers who will be satisfied with using the AI capabilities for free. Then there could also be customers who wish for even more powerful AI capabilities, and even pay for them. So, in the future decision making, we will take all these factors into consideration.”
Based on this comment, it appears that Samsung intends to provide more potent AI features later on, but they will be password-protected, akin to Microsoft’s Copilot Pro and OpenAI’s GPT 4. Given that Google’s Gemini Pro powers Samsung’s AI capabilities, it stands to reason that Google’s top-tier product, Gemini Ultra, which is scheduled for release later this year, will power the company’s upcoming suite of premium AI features.
Roh reiterated Samsung’s earlier announcement that Galaxy users will only be able to utilize Samsung Galaxy AI features for free until 2025, despite the expense of maintaining AI servers. Beyond that, though, the company has not yet made a firm choice about its price strategy.
In order to meet the demands of the Indian market, Roh also communicated Samsung’s plan to start producing laptops in India. The Samsung facility in Noida, India, will be the site of this venture.