Integrated artificial intelligence Galaxy AI has become the main innovation of the entire line of new Galaxy S24 flagships. It is based on both Samsung’s own developments and those created in collaboration with third-party companies, including the developer of the Android operating system, Google.
All three new products received flat displays on Dynamic AMOLED 2X panels with an adaptive refresh rate from 1 to 120 Hz. The base Galaxy S24 will offer a 6.2-inch screen with a resolution of 2340 × 1080 pixels. The average Galaxy S24+ has a 6.7-inch display with a resolution of 3088 × 1440 pixels. And the older Galaxy S24 Ultra is equipped with a 6.8-inch panel with a resolution of 3088 × 1440 pixels.
The most interesting option of Galaxy AI was, implemented using AI, the ability to simultaneously translate calls, text messages and conversations in real time. This function is built directly into the smartphone interface and allows you to communicate with interlocutors in several languages. The translation appears on the phone screen during a conversation in subtitle format and is broadcast in audio format. So far, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and a number of regional languages are supported for translating calls and text messages.
Other Galaxy AI features include AI-powered message tone changes (from casual to business-like), text manipulation, image search “circle and find” functions, an AI camera, video editing, and more.
The eldest of Samsung’s new flagships has become more expensive than its predecessor. The Galaxy S24 Ultra will retail for $1,299, while the S23 Ultra starts at $1,199. In turn, the Galaxy S24+ will cost the same $999 as its predecessor, as well as the Galaxy S24, the most affordable version of which is priced at $799. The start of sales of all new products is scheduled for January 31.