The South Korean tech’s upcoming flagship series, the Galaxy S24, will debut earlier in January 2024. The most surprising part of the launch is that the most anticipated series of Samsung will be unveiled in San Jose, California, USA, which is the headquarters of Samsung’s rival Apple. We all know that the Galaxy S24 series will be the first smartphone from Samsung to include generative AI technology. Samsung’s all these moves and actions point at its motive to gain one position in the market by beating iPhones through enhancing AI technology. As per reports, January 17, 2024, is the date Samsung will hold its Galaxy Unpacked event in San Jose, California, USA. It is also said that the event will take place earlier than last year, reportedly 15 days prior.
The business will hold something special, as this is the first time the business is holding an unpacked event in San Jose. The “on-device AI” capability is anticipated to be introduced by Samsung Electronics for the first time with the Galaxy S24 series. It is a method of implementing AI features directly on the device without the need for an external server, such as the cloud. Some generative technologies for important tasks like voice recognition are distinguished by significantly improved security because they do not pass via an external server. Also, Samsung plans to ship more units than the previous time—10% more units, which is reportedly 35 million units.
Also, the presence of the Exynos 2400 processor is said to bring 14.7 times more AI performance than the Galaxy S23 series. With all these features considered, the business may increase the price range of the S24 series quite a bit compared to the Galaxy S23 series. The official announcement will soon hit the users, as we are just months away. Samsung seems to have great confidence in the Galaxy S24 series, as they truly benefited from releasing the Galaxy Z5 series earlier in terms of market value.
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