Samsung's Galaxy AI update hints at expansion of latest features to more devices

Big hint that this Galaxy AI feature will likely be available to Galaxy S22 series users
An undated image displaying a Galaxy AI feature. — Samsung Galaxy
An undated image displaying a Galaxy AI feature. — Samsung Galaxy

Tech giant Samsung is fueling speculation about a wider rollout of its Galaxy AI suite. While announcing new language support for existing features, Samsung included a cryptic message suggesting these AI capabilities could soon be available on a broader range of devices.

This news has fans wondering if even older models, like the Galaxy S22 series, might be included in the expansion.

Previously, the company listed the devices that currently support Galaxy AI features, including the Galaxy S24 series, Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Flip5, and Galaxy Tab S9 series.

In a post detailing the supported Galaxy AI devices, Samsung included the phrase "more coming soon", which fuelled speculations among Samsung lovers about the future plans.

While the announcement did not clearly mention that which devices will receive the update, there are suggestions for overcoming hardware limitations. Given that some of the AI features of Galaxy S23 series were offered on-device but that requires powerful hardware to carry out the processing.

In March, Samsung Mobile CEO TM Roh revealed that Galaxy AI features may be coming to older Galaxy phones. Now, Samsung's latest update hints further that the Galaxy S22 series will soon be able to support Galaxy AI features.

Expanding Galaxy AI capabilities to a broader range of devices aligns with Samsung's interests. The company previously announced that these features would be free until the end of 2025, with potential subscription fees afterwards.