Samsung introduces Galaxy Ring and a new era of Mobile AI

Samsung introduces Galaxy Ring and a new era of Mobile AI


28 February 2024

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. is showcasing new mobile device experiences with Galaxy AI at MWC 2024, taking place in Barcelona from February 26-29. Those who visit the Samsung booth will experience Galaxy AI across multiple products in the Galaxy ecosystem, with a focus on the Galaxy S24 series, paving the way for a new era of Mobile AI. Galaxy AI features will be extended to more Samsung products, including the Galaxy Watch6 series and the Galaxy Ring, which is being shown to the public for the first time.

Introducing a new era of Mobile AI

At the Samsung booth, visitors will be able to experience the Galaxy AI features of the Galaxy S24 series, which empower user communication and creativity. One of these is Live Translate, powered by the device's AI, providing two-way translation of phone calls in real time, overcoming language barriers (Greek is not supported). In addition, Google's Circle to Search feature allows for quick, easy and intuitive searching, upgrading the search process with a simple gesture. Also, the Note Assist feature simplifies and organizes complex text and the Generative Edit feature allows the user to freely resize or reposition objects within photos for creative freedom.

At this year's MWC, Samsung has a special area where visitors can test the performance of the Galaxy S24 series camera. In an area, reminiscent of a concert hall, visitors can take close-up shots of small objects placed on stage. This allows them to take advantage of the night photography capabilities of the Galaxy S24 series, which has been upgraded to be more stable in low-light conditions thanks to the ProVisual Engine mode, based on AI technology, of the Galaxy ecosystem.

These Galaxy AI capabilities are soon to be extended to other existing Galaxy models, which include the Galaxy Z Fold5, Z Flip5 and Tab S9 series, as well as the Galaxy S23 and S23 FE. The connectivity features of the Galaxy devices on display at the Samsung booth enhance users' seamless productivity by providing easy transfer and editing of photos and videos between different devices, such as the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy Tab S9.


Connected wellness experiences supported by AI technology

Samsung will also introduce its 'smart wellness' range, offering users personalised and seamless wellness experiences powered by AI technology, on even more devices. As part of this portfolio, the Galaxy Ring, a new device that makes everyday wellness easier by supporting a smart and healthy lifestyle through the connected digital wellness platform, Samsung Health, will be unveiled.

In addition, new smart health features will be introduced, including My Vitality Score and Booster Card. Specifically, My Vitality Score offers personalised health information based on a number of factors, including sleep, exercise, heart rate and heart rate variability. At the same time, the Booster Card helps improve daily wellness by tracking pre-set goals and providing useful fitness data. Visitors will have the opportunity to experience the benefits of these features on the Galaxy Watch6 series in conjunction with the Galaxy S24, ahead of their wider release later this year.

Finally, leveraging the SmartThings ecosystem, Samsung shows how the home can help improve wellness. Sleep is made better thanks to the ability to control connected lights to turn off and on automatically, and the user can set alerts as a reminder to take medication. With SmartThings, users can control the fitness exercises they perform and measure heart rate and calories in real time while watching fitness videos on a connected TV. All this, at the same time.

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