Samsung Galaxy AI Compatibility: What Features Does Your Phone Have?

Unlocking the Mystery Behind Galaxy AI Compatibility

Update (13/05): Good news for Samsung users! The tech giant has been working hard to bring Galaxy AI features to as many devices as possible. Here’s the latest scoop:

Samsung has officially announced the rollout of Galaxy AI features to all remaining compatible devices, including the Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy S21 series, the Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Fold 3, and Galaxy Z Flip 3. Previously, there was some confusion about which features would be available on the 2021 flagships, but now, both Circle to Search and Chat Assist are on the menu.

Galaxy AI features have been a hot topic lately, especially regarding their availability on older Samsung models. Until recently, it seemed uncertain whether these phones would get any AI upgrades at all.

After the launch of the Galaxy S24, it appeared that Galaxy AI features might be out of reach for devices older than the Galaxy 23 due to hardware limitations. However, Samsung Mobile boss TM Roh dropped a bombshell in March, hinting that Galaxy AI features could be making their way to Galaxy S22 phones after all. In April, Samsung confirmed this exciting news and revealed that Galaxy S21 devices would also join the party with some Galaxy AI features through the One UI 6.1 update.

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Feeling overwhelmed? You’re not alone. To make things easier, we’ve put together a handy table below. It breaks down which Galaxy phones and tablets are compatible with which Galaxy AI features. We’ve covered every flagship Galaxy device released in the last three years, from the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra to the Samsung Galaxy S21. So, take a look and find out what your device has in store. If you’re rocking a model older than the S21, it’s probably best not to hold your breath for Galaxy AI features—at least for now.

GALAXY AI COMPATIBILITY: PHONES

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GALAXY AI COMPATIBILITY: Tablets

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The above information is correct as of May 13, 2024. If Samsung makes any changes to Galaxy AI compatibility in the future, we’ll update this article accordingly.

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