Samsung improves AI in foldable screen phones Add health features to smartwatches and smart rings: InfoQuest

Samsung Electronics launched its latest foldable screen smartphone yesterday (July 10), challenging Apple in the high-end smartphone market. The new flagship model comes with a slimmer and lighter design than before, adding advanced AI features.

Reuters news agency reported that Samsung has been a pioneer in the foldable screen smartphone market since 2019, but this release is very important. Because Samsung's foldable screen smartphone market share has declined from 81% in 2022 to 63% in 2023 amid increased competition, according to data from Canalys.

To deal with such situations Samsung has therefore introduced the Galaxy Z Fold 6 as the thinnest and lightest foldable screen smartphone ever, while the clamshell Galaxy Z Flip 6 comes with a longer battery life. High resolution camera and better cooling system

The Z Flip 6 starts at $1,099.99, while the Z Fold 6 starts at $1,899.99, a $100 increase from last year's model. Material costs can be higher than this.

Samsung Galaxy Buds adds new AI functions such as “Listen Mode” that translates languages ​​in real-time when paired with headphones, and AI search features developed in collaboration with Google (Google). Math problems in all steps as you circle the question on the screen.

In addition, Samsung has also increased the level of health check features. It hopes to boost sales of accessories such as smartwatches and new smart rings that make it easier to monitor health and control screens.

For the Galaxy Watch smartwatch, Samsung has developed several new health functions, including new sensors. And the 3-nanometer processing chip increases the device's performance by 3 times and now the Galaxy Watch is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use as a sleep apnea monitoring device. There is also a feature that measures values ​​related to cycling and diabetes.

As for the new Galaxy Ring, it will cost $399 and weigh less than 3 grams. It can monitor your heart rate and blood pressure. Including helping you control the camera or setting an alarm on your Samsung phone.

“AI-powered health and fitness features in wearables will be a key differentiator … and attract more premium customers to the brand,” said Jack Lethem, analyst at Canalis.

All products will be available starting July 24 in South Korea, North America, and Europe.

By InfoQuest News Agency (11 July 2024)

Tags: AI, SAMSUNG, Artificial Intelligence

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