According to one of the phone's top managers, this term does not properly reflect the capabilities of the company's new high-end handset.
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The Galaxy S24 series is set for a global launch early next year, offering significant advancements in technology and artificial intelligence. The Galaxy S24, S24 Plus, and S24 Ultra models have been highlighted as Samsung’s smartest phones, blending innovation and cutting-edge AI features.
However, Samsung executive Lu Taiwan has expressed both his and the company’s opposition to the commonly used nickname “AI Phone” for the Galaxy S24 series.
Similarities in the pronunciation of the term are one of the major obstacles
According to some internal leaks, Lu Taiwan has instructed staff to propose other names that more accurately capture the essence and AI capabilities of the upcoming Samsung flagships. There is speculation that the phrase “AI Phone” might not adequately reflect the significant technological advances and user experiences associated with the Galaxy S24 series. Additionally, some rumors suggest that the pronunciation of “AI Phone” is similar to the term iPhone, which could motivate Samsung to avoid similarities with its direct competitor.
In November, complications arose when it was observed that Samsung used terms like “AI phones” and “smartphones with AI” in its patent applications. Despite this, the company is gearing up for the exclusive Galaxy AI experience for its upcoming flagships, renowned for their AI-powered capabilities.
The Galaxy S24 series, featuring Samsung Gauss, will offer a live AI-powered call translation feature. We expect the company to unveil the Galaxy S24 series at a Galaxy Unpacked event, presumably scheduled for January 17, 2024, in San Jose, California, USA.
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