Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 Pro Could Proast Integrated AI Support


Samsung is focusing on making its gadgets adapt for the next generation, as it is including AI integration into its upcoming products. And 2024 is the year where we can witness Samsung’s AI products; as we know, the Galaxy S24 series is already on the line. Now it is reported that the next lineup of the Galaxy Buds, the Buds 3 Pro models, will include artificial intelligence. Real-time language translation and other AI features are planned to be included in the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro by Samsung.

Tipster Revegnus stated that in addition to its own AI system, Samsung Gauss, the company is also thinking of integrating Google’s Gemini and OpenAI’s ChatGPT for customer comfort. Furthermore, Samsung is working on the next-generation “Galaxy Buds” product, which would translate using AI that runs on the device. The second half of next year is when Samsung is thinking about introducing this device. In the latter part of 2024, the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro wireless headphones will be available.

Google’s Pixel Buds come with Live Translate, which is a comparable function. But in order to perform AI-powered functions, Pixel Buds need to be connected to the internet. The Galaxy Buds 3 Pro is anticipated to support offline computing. Moreover, real-time translation for face-to-face communication is probably coming to the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro. Rumor has it that the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro may surpass the competition even further by achieving real-time translation of face-to-face conversations. Everything here supports the notion that Samsung is aiming high for AI capabilities in its hardware range for the upcoming year.

Samsung previously announced that real-time language translation for phone calls will be included in its next flagship series. Users of the Galaxy AI phone will soon have access to a personal translator anytime they need it, according to Samsung’s AI Live Translate Call function. The inconvenience of needing to utilize third-party apps would be eliminated as it would be integrated into the native call functionality.