Galaxy AI is Integrated with Bixby, Making the Power of Mobile AI Easier than Ever to Access

In a world increasingly supported by artificial intelligence, Samsung is taking steps to enable easy and seamless AI usability in everyday life with our voice assistant Bixby.

Earlier this year we launched the Galaxy S24 and, with it, Galaxy AI1, kicking off a new era of mobile experiences. Now, thanks to Galaxy AI’s integration with Bixby, you can quickly activate some of these features – just by speaking. With Bixby, users can quickly bring up and activate certain Galaxy AI features with simple, hands-free voice commands.

Hands-Free AI Empowerment with Bixby

Bixby makes it easier to use Galaxy’s intuitive voice-oriented features, like Live Translate. With a few words, users can use features such as real-time translation, spelling correction, as well as create webpage summaries and organize files with automated note covers.

Take Interpreter, for example. Next time you find yourself in conversation with someone who speaks another language, there’s no need to navigate through the menu to find the Interpreter feature. Simply say, “Hi Bixby, turn on Interpreter,” and you’re ready to go.

With Bixby, navigating life with Galaxy AI by your side is simpler than ever, opening up new possibilities – from barrier-free communication to powerful productivity.

Accessible AI Around the World

Samsung is dedicated to making everyday experiences epic for all its users, no matter where they are. Bixby activation of Galaxy AI will be applied to the following supported languages: Chinese, English (US, UK, and India), French, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish (Spain) and Spanish (Latin America).

1 Samsung does not make any promises, assurances or guarantees as to the accuracy, completeness or reliability of the output provided by AI features. Samsung Account login may be required to use certain Samsung AI features.

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