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Samsung to Launch New AI-Powered Phone, Kicking Off a Year of 'AI' Phones

Samsung Electronics, the world's leading smartphone maker, is set to embrace the power of artificial intelligence (AI) as it gears up for a major product launch this month.


Samsung S24 launch
Samsung Galaxy AI

The company plans to unveil its highly anticipated flagship device, likely to be named the Galaxy S24, on January 17 in San Jose, California. The event will be live-streamed, and the teaser promises that "Galaxy AI is coming."


In recent years, Samsung and other smartphone manufacturers have focused on advancements in camera technology and flexible displays to differentiate their products. However, 2024 is expected to be the year when AI capabilities take center stage in the industry.


Counterpoint Research estimates that over a billion smartphones equipped with built-in generative AI will be shipped by the end of 2027. This indicates a growing demand for AI-powered devices that can enhance user experiences and provide innovative features.


Samsung's move towards AI integration aligns with the industry's evolving trends. AI technology has the potential to revolutionise various aspects of smartphone functionality, including photography, voice recognition, and personalised user experiences. By leveraging AI, Samsung aims to deliver a more intuitive and intelligent smartphone experience to its customers.


The upcoming launch event is highly anticipated, as it will showcase how Samsung will take advantage of generative AI and its vision for the future of smartphones.

 
  • Samsung Electronics plans to launch its next flagship device, likely named the Galaxy S24, on January 17 in San Jose, California.

  • The teaser for the launch event promises the arrival of "Galaxy AI."

  • Over a billion smartphones with built-in generative AI are expected to be shipped by the end of 2027, according to Counterpoint Research estimates.


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