Could Galaxy’s Artificial Intelligence Functions Become Paid After 2025?

TECH NEWS – Meanwhile, we also learn which older Galaxy phones will get these AI features alongside One UI 6.1.


The Samsung Galaxy S24 has received its unveiling and is already running TV ads (at least in Germany for sure). The biggest innovation in the South Korean company’s flagship phone (which is also being teased in the phone’s marketing) is Galaxy AI, which has looked extremely promising in all the demos so far, but now it seems that it will be a teaser before Samsung tricks its users.

Adam J. Matlock posted on Twitter that Samsung has hidden the information in a footnote that features using AI on the Galaxy S24 will only be free until 2025, after which they can charge for it. We don’t know yet which features will be affected or how much you’ll have to pay for them, but if Samsung really resorts to this, it would look bad. Perhaps the South Koreans saw that it would be too risky and have since removed this footnote: “Galaxy AI features will be provided for free on supported Samsung Galaxy devices until the end of 2025. Different terms may apply for AI features provided by third parties.” Of course, two years could bring many more changes, such as the introduction of artificial intelligence, which could reduce costs (so you don’t have to pay for the features).

Besides Galaxy AI, One UI 6.1 isn’t bad either, and according to an email sent to Android Authority, we won’t only see the features in the Galaxy S24: the Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5, and Galaxy Tab S9 series will also get them in the first half of 2024, so by the end of June at the latest. But it will be interesting because of the hardware: the Galaxy S24 has an Exynos 2400 or Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, depending on the region, and both have native MI support… the other devices not so much.

So it’s interesting.

Source: WCCFTech, WCCFTech

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