Get ready for Samsung’s Galaxy AI-Powered Phones Set which is to be Redefine Tech Landscape


Get ready for Samsung’s big announcement in San Jose, California, on January 17. They’re unveiling their new Galaxy phones, and it’s going to be exciting.

Samsung is a big competitor to Apple in the smartphone world. They have 20% of the global smartphone market, while Apple has 16%, according to Counterpoint Research. In the U.S., Samsung has 25%, but Apple is leading with 53%. The new features on Samsung’s phones, not found on iPhones, could attract more customers.

Samsung shared that their latest phones will bring a “new mobile experience powered by AI.” We’re not exactly sure what that means, but clues from companies like Qualcomm and Google might help us understand.

Samsung usually uses Qualcomm chips in its U.S. phones. The new phones, probably named Galaxy S24, S24+, and S24 Ultra, might use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Series 8 Gen 3. Samsung is often one of the first to use Qualcomm’s latest chips.

In October, Qualcomm said their new chips would let phones run AI applications right on the phone. This means smaller versions of apps, like ChatGPT, can work without needing the internet. It’s like having AI chatbots on your phone, keeping your conversations private without sending queries to the cloud.

Qualcomm also showed how their chips can make images from words. For example, type “create an image that shows a man driving a car,” and it makes a picture. Google’s Pixel 8 Pro can do something similar with its Tensor G3 chip, creating wallpapers based on chosen words.

The Pixel 8 Pro supports Google’s Gemini Nano AI model too. This model can create replies to texts, transcribe recorded talks, and more. AI is often used to make videos and photos better, silently working behind the scenes to improve our tech experiences.

As we await Samsung’s big reveal, the blend of AI and advanced hardware promises not just new phones but gateways to a world where innovation steals the spotlight, making our tech experiences better with each new device. Get ready for a tech adventure!

-CNBC’s Kif Leswing and Jake Piazza contributed to this article


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