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Everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S24's new AI features

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January 17 was a big day for Samsung, with the company launching its new flagship smartphone lineup for the year, and also introducing a suite of new AI-powered phone features that are designed to improve communication, productivity and creativity.

All three of the new Galaxy S-series handsets – the Samsung Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24 Plus and Galaxy S24 Ultra – benefit from what Samsung has branded its Galaxy AI offering, which the company says is part of its "mission is to democratize the benefits of AI innovation," if only for a time.

In terms of what AI features will be available to users when they pick their phones up on Samsung Galaxy S24 release day (31 January), the company demonstrated a number during its Galaxy Unpacked launch event, and we've had first-hand experience of some of them, which you can read about in our hands-on Samsung Galaxy S24 review, hands-on Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus review, and hands-on Galaxy S24 Ultra review.

We think these AI features might transform how use your phone. If you're looking for a full breakdown of these Galaxy AI features, however, read on to find out what they do and answers to any related questions on the subject you might have.

Samsung Galaxy S24 preorders went live on January 17, and in the US you can already bag yourself up to $100 in Samsung Store credit by signing up with your email address and reserving your space in line. Similar promotions are currently live in the UK and Australia.

What is Galaxy AI?

The 'AI' in Galaxy AI stands for 'advanced intelligence' (not artificial intelligence, as you might assume), and it's the branding Samsung has applied to a suite of new features that debut on its 2024 Samsung Galaxy S smartphones.

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