Samsung’s Upcoming Galaxy A Series Raises Anticipation for AI Features

Samsung's Upcoming Galaxy A Series Raises Anticipation for AI Features

Key Points:

  • Samsung set to unveil Galaxy A35 and A55 smartphones with 5G connectivity, sparking anticipation.
  • Speculation arises about including Galaxy AI features in the mid-range models, similar to the Galaxy S24 series.
  • Samsung’s annual shipment volume for smartphones, including the Galaxy A series, is around 300 million units.
  • Roh Tae-moon commits to bringing AI features to 100 million Galaxy devices by the end of the year through software updates for previous models.

As Samsung Electronics gears up to unveil its new Galaxy A series later this month, enthusiasts eagerly await to see if the mid-range smartphones will come equipped with the latest artificial intelligence (AI) features from the tech giant.

Industry sources revealed on Friday that Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy A35 and A55 smartphones, both supporting 5G connectivity. Speculation is growing, with some tipsters suggesting a possible launch date of March 11 for the new models.

There is anticipation that the upcoming Galaxy A series may incorporate some of the Galaxy AI features introduced with the flagship Galaxy S24 series in January. SamMobile, a reliable source for Samsung news, suggested this possibility, pointing out that smartphones will likely run on Android 14 using the One UI 6.1 operating system. The devices are also expected to feature Samsung’s new Exynos 1480 chipset, fueling the speculation about AI integration.

However, the likelihood of Samsung introducing AI features to the mid-range models remains uncertain, as the AI features were initially showcased as key enhancements for the flagship Galaxy S series. The Galaxy S24 series presented various AI capabilities, such as real-time translation in calls and messaging apps, Google’s Circle to Search, and the ProVisual Engine for advanced photo editing.

Roh Tae-moon, the head of the mobile business division at Samsung Electronics, emphasized the company’s commitment to bringing AI features to 100 million units of its Galaxy devices by the end of the year. Samsung plans to achieve this goal by offering software updates for previous models, including the Galaxy S23, Z Fold5, and Z Flip5.

Considering Samsung’s annual shipment volume of around 300 million smartphones, including the popular Galaxy A series, the likelihood of the upcoming mid-range models featuring Galaxy AI seems slim. The Galaxy AI offers a range of functions, including live translation of text messages and chats on messenger apps, real-time language translation, and tone adjustment in writing. The service currently supports 13 languages, including Korean, English, French, German, Chinese, and Japanese.

While the anticipation for AI features in the mid-range Galaxy A series is high, Samsung’s focus on integrating these technologies into its flagship models suggests that users of the Galaxy S series will be the primary beneficiaries of the latest advancements in artificial intelligence.

TechGolly editorial team led by Al Mahmud Al Mamun. He worked as an Editor-in-Chief at a world-leading professional research Magazine. Rasel Hossain and Enamul Kabir are supporting as Managing Editor. Our team is intercorporate with technologists, researchers, and technology writers. We have substantial knowledge and background in Information Technology (IT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Embedded Technology.

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