Samsung said they are working on bringing Galaxy AI to wearable devices to accelerate the AI-powered intelligent health experience. Company’s commitment to optimise Galaxy AI for various categories of devices across different services.

Galaxy AI announced for Galaxy Watch wearables

The company officially didn’t share the list of Galaxy Wearables to support Galaxy AI, but reportedly it will be rolled out with the Galaxy Watch lineup. Galaxy AI is likely to be on its way with the introduction of the Galaxy Watch 7 later this year. Post-gen Galaxy devices are eager to play with Galaxy AI, as they might not have to wait much longer.

In the near future, Samsung will further enhance digital health, which is said to unlock intelligent health experiences. For this, Samsung will also collaborate with the industry’s leading partners. Many apps and integrations are available to further fitness, health tracking, and accuracy. We have seen Samsung release the Galaxy AI feature on the Galaxy Buds, which features live translation and interpreter mode.

Galaxy AI will be integrated with Bixby for advanced assistants.

We all thought Bixby was going to do much better when Galaxy AI was announced by Samsung, but that wasn’t the case. The company has infused Galaxy AI into apps and services. Now Samsung has announced integrated AI software, Galaxy AI, with its on-device assistant Bixby, allowing users to get access to features through voice control.

Samsung has now announced the Bixby Upgrade with Galaxy AI features by Voice, which means eliminating the need to manually search for Galaxy features. Not to mention, many features won’t be launched at launch but are generally made available, and several Galaxy AI features are also said to be arriving on older generations of Samsung devices.

Bixby Capability with Galaxy AI

Samsung will integrate Galaxy AI to streamline the user’s interaction and ease of access; it’s towards effortless communication and convenience.

Samsung recently made its Galaxy AI features hands-free through its integration with Bixby.

  • You can easily access Live Translate, real-time translation, spelling correction, web page summary, and note covers.
  • Improved and added support for more languages, including Chinese, English (US, UK, and India), French, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish (Spain), and Spanish (Latin America).
  • You can activate features with Bixby Commands like “Hi Bixby, Turn on Interpreter” for free communication in different languages.

Not to mention, to use these features, you do need to sign in due to the cloud-based AI process alongside the offline AI. In addition to this, Samsung is also planning to release Galaxy AI to previous-year smartphones, which include the Galaxy S23 Series, Galaxy Z Flip 5, Galaxy Fold 5, and the Tab S9.

In addition to this, Samsung is planning to launch the Galaxy Ring, which might have a glimpse of Bixby leveraging Galaxy AI, which is expected to launch in Q3 2024.