Samsung is gearing up to introduce its new Galaxy S24 series in the US, aiming to usher in a ‘smartphone with AI’ era. The lineup will include three models: Galaxy S24 Ultra, S24, and S24+, featuring cutting-edge features.
Rumors suggest the devices will have sleeker displays, a four-camera setup, and a durable titanium frame. A notable AI addition is the Google-powered ‘Circle to Search’ feature, allowing users to search images, videos, or text on the screen by circling, highlighting, scribbling, or tapping without the need for screenshots.
Leaked information also hints at innovative features like ‘Live Translate’ for phone calls, AI-enhanced night zoom, and an AI-powered ‘Note Assist’ in Samsung’s Notes app.
Specifications for the smartphones include a 6.8-inch QHD+ display for Galaxy S24 Ultra, a 6.7-inch QHD+ display for S24+, and a 6.2-inch FHD+ display for S24.
Samsung teases the upcoming event with a video titled “Galaxy AI is coming,” tracing its history of mobile innovation. The video showcases milestones from the first mobile phone in 1988 to the foldable smartphone in 2020, building anticipation for the next evolution in Galaxy.
To create more excitement, Samsung has opened pre-reservations for its Galaxy smartphones in India. Customers can reserve the flagship Galaxy S24 devices by paying a token amount of Rs 2,000 on Samsung.com, Samsung Exclusive stores, Amazon.in, and various retail outlets across the country.