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LEAK: Samsung Galaxy S24 Promotional Material Showcase Camera Features, 7 Years of Updates and More

A Sneak Peek into Samsung's Upcoming Flagship and Its Innovations in AI Technology

NEWS  Smartphones  January 13, 2024  Reading time: 2 Minute(s)

mdo Max (RS editor)

The anticipation for Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event on January 17, 2024, reached new heights as leaks about the upcoming Galaxy S24 surfaced just days before the grand reveal. According to sources from Android Headlines, Samsung might be set to revolutionize the industry by extending the update support for its new flagship models to an impressive 7 years.

Samsung Galaxy s24 camera features


Samsung seems to have drawn inspiration from Google's playbook this year. Users of Google's Pixel 8 are already acquainted with the innovative Generative AI features that are poised to make their way into Samsung's flagship phones, now promoted under the captivating tagline "Galaxy AI".

Samsung magic editor clone

One of the standout features highlighted in the leaks is the Magic Editor clone, showcased in the first promotional material. This tool promises to redefine the way users interact with their photos, allowing for seamless movement, enlargement, or alteration of objects directly on Samsung devices. The integration of Galaxy AI is expected to make such photo-editing capabilities more commonplace on the Galaxy S24 and its counterparts.

Accompanying the leaked information are render images of the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24 Ultra, providing confirmation of the camera hardware details that have been the subject of numerous leaks in the past. The advancements in camera technology reaffirm Samsung's commitment to pushing the boundaries of mobile photography.

However, a note of caution arises with the mention of possible subscription models for Galaxy AI features. The leak suggests that the new AI functions on supported Galaxy phones will be free of charge until at least 2025. Beyond that point, some functions may transition to a subscription-based model, though specific details remain elusive at this time.

The prospect of subscription fees for AI features raises questions among potential buyers, especially in comparison to Google, which currently does not charge extra for similar functionalities. The success of such a model for Samsung will likely depend on the perceived value and unique offerings that the Galaxy AI subscription brings to users.



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