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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Can Now Erase Subjects from Your Videos, Improved Night Mode

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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra Introduction

Samsung’s Galaxy S24 series is expected to arrive in a few weeks, but more leaks have surfaced online that will give us a peek at some of its AI features. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S24, Samsung Galaxy S24+, and Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra are said to come with several AI-based camera improvements as part of One UI 6.1. It is said to include a new AI feature to remove unwanted content from video clips and an on-device AI chatbot. The Galaxy S24 may be able to collect important details from calls, and the Galaxy S24 Ultra, being the premium option in the lot, is expected to offer a better night mode.

Tipster BenIt Bruhner Pro (@BennettBuhner) has highlighted many AI improvements expected in the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra series as part of One UI 6.1. According to the tipster, the upcoming lineup will include a new AI-based feature for erasing articles from videos. Users will be able to remove unwanted content from videos selectively. This supposed element could work like the Enchanted Eraser apparatus on the Google Pixel 8.

Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra With AI

Further, the Galaxy S24 series is said to offer AI processing for videos to enhance low-light performance, reduce graininess, and improve stability and visibility. The handsets may also be able to expand the boundaries of images with AI. The series is also said to come with an on-device AI chatbot and may be able to extract important information from calls and recommend actions like adding things to your calendar and to-do list. Is.

Post also confirms other rumors about translation in Call, auto-formatting capability in Samsung Notes, and AI-generated wallpapers. Samsung is tipped to add weather and portrait effect customization on the lock screen and home screen to the Galaxy S24 series with One UI 6.1.

Samsung will lead the 2024 flagship charge with the Galaxy S24 series, which is set to be unveiled next month. While some of its Chinese rivals have already launched new flagships based on the flagship chipset, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, for next year, it will be Samsung that supplies the market with the first truly global Android flagship of 2024. 

The Korean giant has also been talking about artificial intelligence lately. It has packed a great deal of all the AI features into the Exynos 2400, the custom chipset that will be used in the Galaxy S24 series. Some markets will also get Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 variants, and we’ve already seen Qualcomm show off the remarkable AI features that its new chipset makes possible.

Additionally, tipster Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) claimed in an X post that the Galaxy S24 Ultra will get an improved night mode. Meanwhile, the 200-megapixel mode may also include AI optimization. The handset can be able to identify 12 types of objects and optimize them for better image quality.

The Samsung Galaxy S24 series is rumored to go official at the company’s Galaxy Unpacked event on January 17. The flagship Galaxy S24 Ultra is expected to come with a 200-megapixel quad rear camera unit as well as an AI-supported object-wear engine. The camera setup may include a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor, a 50-megapixel sensor with a 5x telephoto lens, and a 10-megapixel sensor with a 10x telephoto lens. Samsung is expected to offer a default camera resolution of 24 megapixels on the upcoming handsets.

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