Samsung Galaxy Brings AI Features to Older Galaxy Devices

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  • April 15, 2024
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Samsung Galaxy AI technology is coming soon to older devices, as the company seeks to make its advanced features available to more users. This move is particularly significant for owners of previous Galaxy models who have been waiting to experience the AI functionalities initially introduced in the latest devices.

Samsung announced its plans to extend the availability of its Galaxy AI features to earlier models. The announcement followed a teaser hinting at broader device support, with the promise of more devices being added to the AI roster. The latest official forum post in South Korea has now confirmed which older models will receive this update.

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The Galaxy AI update will include the One UI 6.1 software and will be available for the Galaxy S22 series and Samsung’s flagship handsets from 2021. However, it’s important to note that the AI experience for pre-2023 models will not be identical to that of the latest flagship models.

For 2021 devices, including the Galaxy S21, Z Fold 3, and Z Flip 3, the AI functionalities will be even more restricted. These devices will only support the Circle to Search and a feature tentatively called “Magic Rewrite,” which appears to be a cloud-powered generative edit tool.

This tool is designed to function effectively without overburdening the older hardware in these devices. Circle to Search is considered one of the more robust Galaxy artificial intelligence tools, and the innovative capabilities of the Generative Edit feature are remarkable, especially given that such technology would have seemed nearly unimaginable back in January 2021 when the S21 was first released.

Some people also express mixed feelings about the new launch of AI features to older Galaxy models.

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According to the forum, the update is expected to start rolling out in early May. While this timeline is based on the Korean forum’s details, users worldwide may need to wait a bit longer for the global rollout of the update.

This update marks a significant step in making cutting-edge technology accessible to more users, regardless of their device’s age. It reflects Samsung’s commitment to enhancing user experiences and keeping older devices relevant in an ever-evolving tech landscape. For more information about AI, Visit our

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