The Korean smartphone giant is preparing to unveil its latest innovation, the Galaxy Buds 3, in the second half of the upcoming year. With Christmas around the corner, anticipation is building, and details about the company’s new lineup are eagerly awaited.
Among the standout features being kept under wraps is the incorporation of “device-side AI functions.” This advanced technology allows users to seamlessly translate audio when the headset is connected to a mobile phone, making communication with foreign language users a breeze.
Unlike traditional translation services that rely on a stable internet connection, the Galaxy Buds 3 with integrated AI can operate independently. This means users can enjoy translation services even in crowded areas or areas with high signal interference, where conventional services may falter. The device’s AI capabilities extend beyond mere translation, allowing it to venture deep into areas with no connectivity, making it a versatile tool for overcoming language barriers.
Notably, the device boasts “localization” and privacy advantages, particularly in translation scenarios. The device can be used anytime, anywhere, without being dependent on a network environment. Samsung has previously announced plans to integrate device-side AI functions into the Galaxy S24 series of mobile phones, indicating a broader application of this technology across its product range.
The Galaxy Buds 3, with its AI translation capabilities, promises a more immersive experience than traditional mobile phones. It introduces a new dimension to communication, akin to “face-to-face simultaneous interpretation conversations.” Furthermore, there are speculations in the Korean media that Samsung might extend device-side AI functions to XR headsets in the future as the company competes with Apple’s Vision Pro. This move is expected to enhance the commercial applications and competitiveness of Samsung’s products in the evolving tech landscape.