These are the 9 devices getting Galaxy AI features next month

  • Samsung has confirmed that nine devices will receive access to its new Galaxy AI features next month.
  • There is no precise date, but the access will arrive in late March.
  • Galaxy AI will be available thanks to a One UI 6.1 update that will rollout towards the end of next month.

When Samsung revealed its S24 series last month, much of the focus was on its new Galaxy AI suite of features as the South Korean company looked to beat its Android competitors when it came to bring artificial intelligence on-device.

Now more Samsung devices are set to receive access to feature set, with nine different models earmarked to get an update next month. Samsung confirmed the news earlier today, but did not provide a specific date, only noting that an update will rollout to the aforementioned nine devices via One UI 6.1 in late March.

“Our goal with Galaxy AI is not only to pioneer a new era of mobile AI, but also to empower users by making AI more accessible,” said TM Roh, president and head of Mobile eXperience Business at Samsung Electronics.

“This is only the beginning of Galaxy AI, as we plan to bring the experience to over 100 million Galaxy users within 2024 and continue to innovate ways to harness the unlimited possibilities of mobile AI,” he added in a press release.

As for the devices set to receive the update next month, Samsung has listed the following:

  • Galaxy S23,
  • Galaxy S23+,
  • Galaxy S23 Ultra,
  • Galaxy S23 FE
  • Galaxy Z Fold5,
  • Galaxy Z Flip5,
  • Galaxy Tab S9,
  • Galaxy Tab S9+,
  • Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra.

The tablets are the new additions here, based on what we were told by Samsung Mobile South Africa in January, but there are still a few other smartphone models missing from the above list. To that end, we’ll still need to see when the S22 series, Z Fold4, and Z Flip4 will get access to the new feature set.

Those hoping to see the Galaxy A series get a spot on the roster later in the year may be out of luck, as there are certain hardware requirements for the AI features to work on-device, with chipsets in particular being the deciding factor.

That said, it will still be interesting to see how Galaxy AI compares on older generations of S series smartphones to that of the S24 Ultra. Speaking of which, you can read our review of the flagship phone, as well as our experience of Galaxy AI, here.


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