December 21, 2023 – As the Spring season approaches, the tech community buzzes with anticipation for the annual launch of Samsung’s latest S series. The forthcoming Galaxy S24 series is set to redefine flagship smartphones in the early part of the year.
Recently, a teaser video for the Galaxy Unpacked event was leaked by the renowned tipster @evleaks, setting the stage for a grand reveal at 2 a.m. Beijing time on January 18, 2024. The event is also expected to showcase the groundbreaking Galaxy AI.
Leaks and rumors have painted a vivid picture of the S24 and S24+ models. Both are rumored to boast the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy and the Exynos 2400 processors. Images have surfaced, hinting at a design evolution for these devices.
The Galaxy S24 Ultra, in particular, is rumored to sport a more angular, sleek design with flatter sides and a less pronounced screen curve, making it resemble more of a flat-screen device. The transition from the top to the right side of the frame is expected to be almost perpendicular, marking a departure from previous designs.
At the Samsung AI Forum in November 2023, Samsung unveiled Gauss, its proprietary generative AI product. Alongside this, they announced Galaxy AI, a significant step in bringing edge AI large models to the latest Galaxy flagship phones.
One of the most exciting features is the AI Live Translate Call, promising real-time translation for audio and text during calls, integrated natively without the need for third-party apps. This feature ensures privacy as the translations are processed locally on the device.
There’s been speculation about the availability of Galaxy AI on the Chinese version of the Galaxy S24 series. A notable blogger @i 冰宇宙 confirmed its inclusion, ensuring users that advanced AI features will be accessible on these new devices.
As the tech world holds its breath for the official launch, these leaks and announcements paint a promising picture of innovation and sophistication in the Galaxy S24 series, poised to set new standards in the smartphone industry.