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Samsung’s Update Makes Galaxy AI Features Accessible to Older Models

March 23, 2024 | by The Jeuns

Samsung has recently announced plans to extend the Galaxy AI features introduced with the Galaxy S24 to older Galaxy smartphones. Initially, these features were limited to a few models due to hardware constraints. However, Samsung has now confirmed that they are working on enabling Galaxy AI even for older devices like the Galaxy S22.

In an interview with Newsis, Samsung’s Mobile Division head TM Roh stated that efforts are being made to bring some Galaxy AI tools to older models such as the Galaxy S22/S22 Plus, Ultra, and possibly the Galaxy Tab S8. This expansion may also include newer models like the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4, given their more capable Snapdragon chipset.

While the specific Galaxy AI features coming to older devices have not been disclosed, it is expected that popular features like Samsung’s Circle to Search and AI-powered photo editing will be included. These features are likely to be added through the upcoming sub-major Android 14 update, which is set to roll out to last year’s Galaxy handsets in the near future.

The One UI 6.1 update is expected to bring Galaxy AI to a range of devices including the Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy Z Flip 5, and Galaxy Tab S9. Most of the Galaxy AI capabilities introduced with the Galaxy S24 will be included in these updates.

While the official list of devices set to receive Galaxy AI features has not been announced by Samsung, it is clear that the company is making significant efforts to expand this technology to more devices. Users can look forward to enhanced AI capabilities on a wide range of Samsung Galaxy models in the near future.


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