Samsung Galaxy S25 Series to Come with New Galaxy AI Features

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Samsung took the entire tech industry by storm when the brand rolled out Galaxy AI capabilities with the flagship Samsung Galaxy S24 Series in January 2024. These Galaxy AI features change the way smartphone enthusiasts use their devices. Earlier it was reported that Galaxy AI will be free of cost on Galaxy S24 devices till 2025. Post that, the brand is working on AI features divided into two categories- monetized and free. In an interview with ET Telcom, Samsung’s mobile chief said that the company is trying to cater to both types of consumers, but no monetized plans have been finalized so far.

This hinted towards Samsung bringing all new and more powerful Galaxy AI features with the Samsung Galaxy S25 Series that will launch in 2025. Now, Samsung has finally confirmed that the Galaxy S25 series will have newer AI features due to its continued partnership with Google. These new AI features might also trickle down to the Fan Edition of the Galaxy S24 5G device.

Read on to know more.

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Samsung Galaxy S25 Series: new AI features

Recently, Samsung’s Executive Director confirmed that it will bring more AI capabilities powered by Google’s Gemini Nano 2 LLM (yet to be announced). He said discussions are in the advanced stage and the focus would be on on-device Artificial Intelligence this time.

Although there is no hint about what these new AI features will be, one thing that is being speculated is some features getting monetized.

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Samsung Galaxy S24 FE

Earlier it was tipped that Samsung Galaxy S24 FE will launch in upcoming months. However, now it is being said that the brand will launch Galaxy S24 FE by the end of 2024. Galaxy Club reports that it has been given the codename R12 following the tradition as the Galaxy S20 FE was R8, Galaxy S21 FE was R9, and Galaxy S23 FE was R11.

Since the Galaxy S23 FE launched in October, the Galaxy S24 FE might also come around that time. It is expected to have a 6.1-inch AMOLED panel and be powered by Exynos 2400 or Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset. It is said to pack a 4500mAh battery and be priced around 60,000 to 65,000 in the country.

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Galaxy AI Features with S24 Series (Recap)

  1. Circle to search allows you to search for details about an image or text by just drawing a circle around it or tapping on it with S-Pen or your finger.
  2. Browsing Assist summarizes long writeups thus saving your time and energy spent in reading them.
  3. Live Translation-Enables real-time translation of phone calls directly to your device.
  4. Transcript Assist- It converts voice recordings and conversations into written texts. Can even identify different speakers.
  5. Note Assist- Note Assist simplifies the long note reading process creating summaries, templates, and more in pre-defined formats.
  6. Chat Assist- This feature allows message exchange in real time between people using different languages.
  7. Photo editing- AI Edit in the gallery helps you make your images better.
  8. Generative photo editing- It can analyze an image and regenerate it by resizing, removing, or moving an object in it.

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Shivangi AgarwalShivangi Agarwal
Shivangi is an honours graduate in English from Delhi University with a passion for reading and writing. Always keen to know more about the latest gadgets, when she is not reading about tech, she loves listening to Hindi music and grooving to the latest Hindi beats.

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