Samsung Mobile eXperience (MX) boss Tae Moon Roh (TM Roh) has broken his silence on the company’s plans for Galaxy AI services, which the manufacturer has warned will only be free until the end of 2025. As it turned out, the company has no concrete plans yet.
Mr. Ro confirmed to the Indian publication ET Telecom what the company had announced with the announcement of the Galaxy S24 smartphones: huge resources have been invested in the development of the Galaxy AI service package, but its features will remain free until the end of 2025. However, even after this moment, the company still knows nothing about their fate. According to the top executive, Samsung has not made any decision regarding Galaxy AI services. However, he hinted that users of the paid version of the package will have access to more powerful AI features.
“According to our analysis, there are different requirements for mobile AI. That means there will be consumers who are happy with free AI features. There may also be customers who want and even pay for more powerful AI features. Therefore, we will take all of these factors into account when making our decisions.”Ro explained. The company still has more than a year to make a decision. During this time, it plans to implement Galaxy AI in more than 100 million devices worldwide.
Samsung has already confirmed that the AI assistant will appear in the company’s existing flagships in the first half of 2024, including the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Fold5 and Flip5 smartphones, as well as the Galaxy Tab S9 tablets. The foldable Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Flip 6 are expected to come with Galaxy AI as standard.