Rumors suggest that Samsung’s new flagships may distinguish themselves with cutting-edge artificial intelligence capabilities. Reports indicate that the company might provide generative AI features on the Galaxy S24 through a subscription model.
Generative AI, an emerging and captivating technology, is still somewhat of an enigma, especially regarding its integration into mobile devices set for release next year, like the Galaxy S24.
There’s buzz that upcoming processors such as the Exynos 2400 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 will support generative AI. Yet, the specifics of their operation remain uncertain. Current information hints that Samsung is actively developing a subscription-based model for utilizing generative AI in its Galaxy S24 smartphones.
It led to disappointment
Individuals interested in utilizing the generative AI features anticipated for the Galaxy S24 series and other Samsung smartphones might have to pay a fee to the South Korean tech giant. This fee would make sense for a cloud-based service, yet charging extra for AI capabilities directly available on the device may not seem justified.
These claims have led to disappointment among many, with hopes that they are unfounded. Those looking forward to the Galaxy S24, particularly the Ultra model, wish for these features to be universally accessible. Should Samsung be considering a subscription model, it may need to brace for potential backlash from consumers.
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