Samsung’s Galaxy AI to reach 200 million devices by year’s end

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Samsung‘s Galaxy AI will be available on more than 200 million Galaxy devices by the end of 2024. TM Roh, the company’s head of mobile division, announced the number during Wednesday’s Galaxy Unpacked. The big launch event in Paris, France brought the Galaxy Z Fold 6, Galaxy Z Flip 6, Galaxy Watch 7, Galaxy Watch Ultra, Galaxy Buds 3, Galaxy Buds 3 Pro, and Galaxy Ring.

Samsung aims to bring Galaxy AI to 200 million devices this year

Galaxy AI is a suite of on-device and cloud-based AI features for Galaxy devices. Samsung introduced the AI suite with the Galaxy S24 series in January. Since then, the company has pushed the new AI features to dozens of other supported models. All S series flagships, including Fan Edition (FE) models and tablets, and foldables launched in 2021 and beyond received at least one Galaxy AI feature.

During the Galaxy S24 launch, TM Roh said Samsung plans to bring Galaxy AI to 100 million Galaxy devices this year. Since the company has already updated all eligible older models, it may have achieved the target. It now aims to double the number over the next six months. The Korean firm might be counting the estimated sales figures of the new devices it launched yesterday.

The new foldables, watches, and wireless earbuds arrive with an updated version of Galaxy AI with more features. The Galaxy Watch 7, Galaxy Watch Ultra, and Galaxy Buds 3 series are the first Samsung wearables to support Galaxy AI. The company seemingly hopes to sell at least 100 million units of these devices and the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Flip 6 combined this year, bringing AI to 200 million devices.

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The new AI features will roll out to older models

Samsung’s updated Galaxy AI contains several new AI features. Some of those are developed with S Pen in mind, making them particularly useful on Fold-series foldables, tablets, and Ultra flagships. Other features are compatible with a broader range of Galaxy devices. The company will roll out supported new features to order models, including the Galaxy S24 series and 2023 foldables.

For foldables and tablets, the new AI features will arrive with the One UI 6.1.1 update. For S series flagship phones, Samsung will roll out a new One UI 6.1 update. The Galaxy S24 series is also expected to pick up some camera improvements with the upcoming update. The rollout may begin later this month or early August. We will let you know when Samsung starts pushing the update.

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