Some Galaxy S24 AI Features May Arrive In The Galaxy S23 And Galaxy Flip 5

Ahead of the Galaxy S24’s launch, Samsung placed a heavy emphasis on the AI capabilities of its flagship smartphone trio. While it seems these features are tied to the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 and Exynos 2400 chips found in these devices, there is now a rumor suggesting a few of these features could be included in other Galaxy smartphones via the upcoming One UI 6.1 update.

As cited from SamMobile’s sources, it is highlighted that “some” AI-based features debuting on the Galaxy S24 will also appear on older Galaxy handsets. The South Koreans are rumored to include these functions in the Galaxy S23, Galaxy Z Fold 5 (review), and Galaxy Z Flip 5 (review), which are equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.

However, it was not specified which Galaxy AI features will be made available to other Samsung devices. It is most likely the Screen Display for optimized refresh rate and brightness and Nightography Zoom for extended zoom shooting in low-light are part of the inclusions.

Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event 2024
Samsung teases its Galaxy Unpacked Event 2024 with a focus on Galaxy AI. / © nextpit

Likewise, the ones that will most likely utilize the on-device AI and cloud processing appear to remain exclusive to the Galaxy S24 (Plus) and Galaxy S24 Ultra. These could include wallpaper generation, live translation via the phone app, and generative photo editing, although we would like to see these available on more Galaxy smartphones as well.

There was no exact timetable on when the new Galaxy AI features will appear, but it was rumored that the One UI 6.1 software update will carry this feature. The firmware is the first major update that is part of Samsung’s Android 14 skin.

Right now, the One UI 6.1 update is expected to roll out in the coming weeks after the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S24. The update also brings a new battery protection system, allowing users to limit and control the battery level when charging their Galaxy devices.

Which Galaxy AI additions would you like to see in other Samsung Galaxy phones? Share your answers with us in the comments.