The upcoming Galaxy S24 models are anticipated to surpass competitors, incorporating new AI capabilities announced by Samsung. The recently revealed Exynos 2400 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 will serve as a robust foundation for these advancements. Samsung has registered trademarks for ‘AI Phone’ and ‘AI Smartphone,’ signaling its intention to leverage these terms in marketing.
The Leaks About Samsung Galaxy S24 Models
Previous reports indicated Samsung’s plan to introduce generative AI across all Galaxy S24 models early next year. Following the recent filing for the ‘Samsung Glasses’ trademark, Samsung added two more trademarks, ‘AI Phone’ and ‘AI Smartphone.’ While the generic nature of these names might pose challenges for approval, their filing indicates Samsung’s commitment to effectively promoting the Galaxy S24 lineup, enhancing features across the three models to outperform both the Galaxy S23 series and rival devices through upgraded AI capabilities.
GalaxyClub, which discovered these trademarks, also mentioned other trademarks in progress, including Magic Pixel, Flex Magic, and Flex Magic Pixel, although their specific applications remain undisclosed.
Reports from Sammobile suggest that, although the generic nature of ‘AI Phone’ and ‘AI Smartphone’ might encounter approval challenges, Samsung’s filing indicates a strategic move to market the Galaxy S24 series effectively. The company aims to endow the three models with advanced features, particularly in the realm of AI, setting them apart from their predecessors and competitors.
During the announcement of the Exynos 2400, Samsung demonstrated its capabilities through a reference board, showcasing AI’s ability to convert text to images. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, on the other hand, demonstrated proficiency in running on-device LLMs (Large Language Models) and executing Stable Diffusion, highlighting the hardware’s readiness for such tasks.
While the specifics of Samsung’s plans for the Galaxy S24’s software and hardware enhancements remain uncertain, it is speculated that the focus might lean towards software improvements. With Samsung’s first ‘Galaxy Unpacked’ event reportedly scheduled for January 2024, more details are expected to surface, providing a clearer picture of the advancements and features to be introduced with the Galaxy S24 series.