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Samsung confirms which Galaxy AI features will be headed to older flagships

Samsung has now integrated various AI features within its default camera app. (Image source: Samsung)
Samsung has now integrated various AI features within its default camera app. (Image source: Samsung)
Samsung has now revealed which Galaxy AI features it plans to bring to older flagships. Not only has the Galaxy S23 series made the cut, but so has the Galaxy Tab S9 series, plus the Galaxy Z Flip5 and Galaxy Z Fold5.

Samsung is now shipping the Galaxy S24 series, of which the Galaxy S24 Ultra (curr. $1,299.99 on Amazon) is the premier model. While hardware differences exist between the trio, Samsung pre-installs its 'Galaxy AI' services suite across all models. For reference, the company has published various videos detailing its new Galaxy AI features, details of which we have covered separately.

Last month, Samsung confirmed to TechRadar that recent flagship foldables, smartphones and tablets will receive the Galaxy AI feature set 'within the first half of the year', including the Galaxy Tab S9 series. Surprisingly, the Galaxy S23 FE has made the cut but not the Galaxy S22 series, despite both shipping with Exynos 2200 chipsets in some regions. However, it remained unclear which of Samsung's Galaxy AI features it would port to these devices.

Seemingly, Samsung UK has answered this question to an extent. Unfortunately, we cannot verify the image shared by Mishaal Rahman that we have embedded below. Nonetheless, there is nothing to suggest that it has been faked or doctored in any way. If the information below is accurate, then Samsung will eventually bring four features from Galaxy AI to the likes of the Galaxy S23, listed below as Circle to Search, Live Translate, Note Assist and Photo Assist. Presumably to be distributed through a One UI 6.1 update, it seems that 'Chat Assist' is missing, although this may just be an omission on Samsung's part.

(Image source: Samsung via Mishaal Rahman)
(Image source: Samsung via Mishaal Rahman)

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Samsung UK via Mishaal Rahman

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Alex Alderson, 2024-02- 7 (Update: 2024-05-11)