Samsung Galaxy S24 Series May Feature Pixel 8-Like AI Photo Editing
Get ready, folks, because the Samsung Galaxy S24 series is about to drop soon, and the rumor mill is buzzing with leaks and sneak peeks! We’re talking renders, details, and all that juicy stuff flooding the web in the past couple of weeks. Brace yourselves for the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and the top-tier Galaxy S24 Ultra—they’re cooking up something big.
Now, hold onto your hats, because the leaks are saying this lineup is packing some serious AI mojo. Picture this: the ability to zap away unwanted stuff from your videos. But that’s not all—thanks to the intel dropped by tipster extraordinaire Arsène Lupin (aka @MysteryLupin), we’re getting wind of some marketing magic for the Galaxy S24 series.
The star of the show? A little something called Generative Edit. This feature promises to play Picasso with your pics, letting you shuffle things around, kick stuff out, and even fill empty spaces with generative wizardry. But here’s the scoop—it’s got an appetite for the internet and needs you to log into your trusty Samsung account.
And get this—it’s not just for photos. Nope, word on the street is it might sprinkle its magic on videos too! Yep, you heard it right. Imagine editing your videos with a touch of AI flair. Google’s Pixel 8 series has a similar trick up its sleeve called Magic Editor, so Samsung’s joining the cool kids’ club.
But wait, there’s more! The leaked image spills the beans on Live Translate, a nifty feature fresh from Samsung’s announcement vault. Picture this: live phone calls getting translated on the fly, all thanks to the power of AI. Oh, and there’s a little something for the night owls—a Nightography Zoom feature. It’s like giving your phone’s telephoto camera a boost for those low-light masterpieces.
Now, the word on the street is January 17 is the big day for the Galaxy S24 series, but Samsung’s keeping their cards close for now. They’re teasing us with a custom Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC in most spots, but some lucky regions might get a taste of the Exynos 2400 chipset.