Samsung Galaxy S24: An Internet Connection Requirement For Some AI Functions?

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Yesterday we reported a thorough spec leak for all three Samsung Galaxy S24 models, but there, at the mention level, it already surfaced that all three handsets will have AI-related features. Today we can write about this in more detail, so that we can slowly dive into the previously unknown software details, despite the fact that there are still more than two weeks until the South Korean tech company unveils the S24 Galaxy (which will happen on January 17).

On Twitter, @MysteryLupin showed us some of the marketing material on artificial intelligence. The Samsung Galaxy S24 will have a Live Translate feature, which may be especially useful for those who receive phone calls in other languages (calls are interpreted fairly quickly for us by the phone). A Nightography Zoom feature will help with low-light photos where we zoomed in. Generative Edit allows you to use generative artificial intelligence to modify the content of your photos. This feature can be especially useful for those who are absolutely clumsy when it comes to image editing (there’s no shame in admitting that we’re no Photoshop wizards, although the principle of use is a bit different here…).

But it is not so easy to use these functions! You’ll need a Samsung account to access them, and you’ll need to be logged in. You’ll also need an Internet connection. It remains to be seen whether this means a constant, permanent Internet connection, or just being online until you initiate the process. It’s probably the former, although you never know these days which solution Samsung will ultimately choose.

The question is whether this will be enough to allow the Samsung Galaxy S24 (whose price we also reported yesterday!) to compete with Apple’s iPhone 15 range, since the interface (One UI 6.1) is not so sure to win enough public support. Maybe the South Korean flagship phone will compete with the American one. Maybe not.

Source: WCCFTech

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