Samsung to release Galaxy AI features for last-gen flagship phones

A slightly trimmed-down version of Galaxy AI is set to be released for Samsung’s flagship devices from 2022.

Updated - April 13, 2024 01:12 pm IST

Published - April 13, 2024 10:34 am IST

Samsung to release Galaxy AI features for last-gen devices. 

Samsung to release Galaxy AI features for last-gen devices.  | Photo Credit: REUTERS

Samsung is expected to release its Galaxy AI functionality via the One UI 6.1 update for its older flagship devices, according to a report published by The Verge on Saturday citing 9to5Google and Android Central.

A slightly trimmed-down version of Galaxy AI, excluding the Instant Slow-Mo feature, is set to be released for Samsung’s flagship devices from 2022, including the S22, S22 Plus, S22 Ultra, Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, Tab S8, and Tab S8 Ultra.

Users can expect to get features inlcuding Live Translate, Circle to Search, Magic Rewrite and Photo Assist among others.

For users with flagship Samsung phones from 2021, the upcoming update will bring two Galaxy AI features, Circle to Search and Magic Rewrite, to models such as the S21, S21 Plus, S21 Ultra, Flip 3, and Fold 3.

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Circle to Search is a user-friendly feature that simplifies searching for content on the device, while Magic Rewrite enhances text editing capabilities, making it easier to modify and correct text.

Samsung recently announced the availability of Galaxy AI1 features for devices such as the Galaxy S23 series, S23 FE, Z Fold5, Z Flip5 and Tab S9 series.

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