Galaxy S24 Ultra Marketing Elements Highlight AI, Camera, And A New And Improved Frame

Samsung is looking to turn a lot of heads with the Galaxy S24 Ultra – the phone is said to go official next month along with the younger siblings, and so far, there is a lot of interesting information that has made its way to us. Today, we are hearing about some tentpoles for the upcoming flagship and how Samsung is capitalizing on it.

The Galaxy S24 Ultra will deliver a number of benefits for users who are looking for AI, camera improvements, or a new frame

One of the highlights of the Galaxy S24 Ultra is the fact that the phone will feature on-device generative AI called Gauss AI. Samsung talks about how this AI will allow users to gain access to many generative AI features that will be diverse in nature. Moving on, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is also going to bring a second-generation 200-megapixel camera with AI-enhanced Night Mode, as well as additional features that will allow for high-resolution photography. Low-light photography will also see an improvement thanks to AI algorithms.

Last but not least, Samsung is upgrading the Galaxy S24 Ultra’s frame to titanium. We have been hearing this for some time now, and honestly, it is also something that I have been looking forward to. The use of titanium is nothing new in smartphones, but this is going to be the first time this material makes its way toward a Galaxy S phone, and I am really looking forward to how Samsung implements it.

The Galaxy S24 Ultra and its younger siblings are going official next month on January 17th. The pre-orders will go live a day after that. I am honestly looking forward to the Ultra variant as I skipped the S23 Ultra, and now I have a reason to upgrade to a better phone. Let’s see how the result ends up being because I am really looking forward to the new phones.

What features are you looking forward to the most in the upcoming Galaxy S24 Ultra or other phones in the series? Let us know what you are looking forward to the most. 

News Source: Riceball

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