Samsung hopes to combine cutting-edge software and hardware in their next Galaxy S24 handsets. We now know more about the AI system that will power the phones.

The information is derived from leaks about Samsung’s One UI programme. This operating system, which powers all Galaxy devices, is Samsung’s interpretation of Android. With the release of the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra in January 2024, One UI 6.1 is anticipated to make its debut. Gauss, the AI programme from Samsung that was unveiled in November, is used in three leaked features.

Generative wallpaper comes first. Samsung’s default wallpapers are device-specific, but this new programme uses two cues for foreground and background objects to produce a distinctively personalised look. Weather effects can be added to the lock screen and standby screen graphics through a supplementary function.

Next, you can condense the user’s comments from lengthy text passages into a concise list of bullet points that covers the subjects. Additionally, it can assist in organising handwritten notes into text blocks. Presumably, you may access the bullet points by using the AI once more.

The most striking and easiest to promote feature will be the last one. You can drag and drop specific objects within the image or into another image using the photo editing programme. In the next months, every Android maker will release AI-based approaches that will fill in any gaps left by this editing and build new details around the border if you rotate or reposition your image. Google positioned the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro as “AI-first smartphones” to kick off the marketing campaign. With the aid of AI-focused silicon from top chip makers like Qualcomm and Mediatek, other manufacturers will take that lead.

The Galaxy S24 family—which includes the S24 Ultra and S24+—will make its debut in early 2024 during an occasion known as “Galaxy Unpacked,” which is most likely to take place on January 17.

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