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Samsung Unveils AI Features Update for Galaxy Buds Series

Samsung Unveils AI Features Update for Galaxy Buds Series

Samsung has recently announced an exciting update for its Galaxy Buds series, bringing advanced AI features to users’ fingertips. Through a convenient over-the-air update, owners of Galaxy Buds2 Pro, Galaxy Buds2, and Galaxy Buds will now have access to a range of innovative functionalities, including the highly anticipated Live Translate feature.

With Live Translate, users can experience real-time call translation directly on the screen of their Galaxy S24 series smartphones while engaging in conversations using their Galaxy Buds. Additionally, Samsung introduces an AI-driven interpreter feature, offering a seamless two-way, face-to-face interpretation experience via the Galaxy Buds interface.

In a press note, Samsung said, “Users can directly speak into the Buds mic and their translated voice will now be available via the Galaxy S24 series enabling near-natural conversation between two individuals each holding Galaxy S24 series smartphone and Galaxy Buds respectively, eliminating the need to hand over the phone and manage translated talking.

However, it’s important to note that these cutting-edge features are currently limited to interactions between Galaxy Buds users connected to a Samsung Galaxy S24 device. Compatibility with older Samsung devices, such as the Galaxy S23, Galaxy Z Fold5, and Galaxy Z Flip5, remains a possibility for future updates.

The rollout of the Galaxy AI features for Galaxy Buds has commenced in India via an over-the-air update, with availability in other markets expected shortly.




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