Is the Galaxy S24’s On-Device AI Power Falling Short Like the Pixel 8?

The upcoming Galaxy S24 series from Samsung is all about AI, but a new leak suggests that the phone may not have enough power for some AI tasks. The leaked information from tipster Arsène Lupin reveals that not everything AI will be done on-device, similar to the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro which rely on outside help from Google’s servers.

The leaked information includes features such as Live Translate, Nightography Zoom, Generative Edit, High Resolution, and Screen Display. These features indicate that the Galaxy S24 may need to rely on cloud-based processing for certain AI tasks.

The competition between Samsung, Google, and Apple in the AI space is good news for consumers, as it means more features and faster innovation. However, there is one area where Samsung could step up its game – the Call Screen feature. While advanced photo and video editing tricks are impressive, having a refined Call Screen feature would be a relief for users.

Overall, the competition in the AI space is heating up, and as consumers, we can look forward to more advanced features and capabilities in the future. The official details about the Galaxy S24 Ultra are yet to be confirmed, but the leaked information suggests that the phone is aiming to offer a more AI-centric experience for users. We’ll have to wait and see how the Galaxy S24 series stacks up against its competitors in the AI department.