Samsung Galaxy AI features introduced in wearables specifications upgrade confirms company president TM Roh


Samsung recently introduced the Galaxy AI with its Galaxy S24 series smartphones and in a very short period of time, it expanded to Galaxy Buds to support features like Live translate and Interpreter mode. Samsung is now looking forward to expanding this further and introducing it in wearables as well. The president of Samsung’s mobile division, TM Roh, has confirmed Galaxy AI for Galaxy Watch In a recent post. He delved into the intricacies of how Galaxy AI was shaped and also hinted at forthcoming features while stating that Samsung has a number of ideas and concepts that are waiting to be brought to life.

In the same post, Roh also clarified that Samsung has clear intentions of integrating AI features into devices like the Galaxy Watch. He subtly hinted that “select Galaxy wearables” will soon benefit from AI capabilities, focusing on offering “intelligent health experiences,” among others.

This announcement from the president coincides with Samsung’s announcement at the Unpacked event about bringing AI to health and fitness features and also the Galaxy Ring which is expected to arrive in 2024 only. Samsung has also highlighted its commitment to enriching and expanding the Galaxy AI ecosystem by collaborating with industry-leading AI partners.

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Uncertainty About The Specifics

Since Roh only clarified the intentions behind introducing the AI feature for Galaxy wearables, it remains unclear as to what features will the watch get as a part of Galaxy AI features. It is also unclear whether some exclusive features will be made available for the upcoming Galaxy Ring.

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Although, Roh has stated that these new AI features could get delivered to Galaxy wearables via software update.


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