Galaxy AI Now Supports More Languages with Latest Update

April 11, 2024
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Samsung continues to break down language barriers and innovate communication for more users through Galaxy AI

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today announced the upcoming expansion of three new languages for Galaxy AI: Arabic, Indonesian and Russian, as well as three new dialects: Australian English, Cantonese and Canadian French. In addition to the 13 languages[1] already available, Samsung empowers even more Galaxy users around the world to harness the power of mobile AI. In addition to these new languages and dialects, Samsung plans to add four more languages later this year, including Romanian, Turkish, Dutch and Swedish, as well as the traditional Chinese and European Portuguese.


“Committed to democratising mobile AI for all, Galaxy AI’s language expansion this year will allow even more Galaxy users to communicate beyond language barriers on a scale that is completely unique to Samsung,” said TM Roh, President and Head of Mobile eXperience Business at Samsung Electronics. “We will continue to innovate our technology and pioneer premium mobile AI experiences so that even more users are equipped with the right tools to unleash their unlimited potential.”



Galaxy AI Feature Descriptions


  • Live Translate produces two-way, real-time voice and text translations of phone calls, making it easier than ever to book reservations while traveling or chat with your grandparents in their native language.[2]
  • Interpreter can instantly translate live conversations through a user-friendly split-screen view, allowing people standing opposite each other to read a text translation of what the other person is saying.
  • Chat Assist can help perfect conversational tones by generating context-aware suggestions to ensure communication sounds as it was intended, whether it’s a polite message to a coworker or a short catchy phrase for a social media caption.[3]
  • Note Assist can create AI-generated summaries, pre-formatted templates and cover pages, elevating your day-to-day productivity.[4]
  • Transcript Assist uses AI and Speech-to-Text technology to transcribe, summarise and even translate voice recordings.[5]
  • Browsing Assist helps you stay up to speed on what’s happening in the world while saving time by generating concise summaries of news articles or web pages.[6]


Starting in April and rolling out over the upcoming months, the newly supported Galaxy AI languages and dialects will each be available for download as a language pack from the Settings app.


For more information about Galaxy AI, please visit: Samsung Newsroom Australia or

[1] Supported languages include Chinese, English (India, United Kingdom, United States), French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish (Mexico, Spain, United States), Thai and Vietnamese.

[2] Network connection and Samsung Account required. Currently limited to select languages only. See website for full list of available languages. Live Translate feature must be enabled and language package must be downloaded prior to use. Only available on the pre-installed Samsung Phone app. Translation might not be accurate.

[3] Requires Wi-Fi connection or mobile data. Some features of Chat Assist may require a Samsung Account. Translation might not be accurate. The availability of translation service may vary by country, region, or language. Accuracy of results is not guaranteed. Supported apps include Samsung Messages, Android Messages, KakaoTalk, Whatsapp, Instagram, Google Chat, Signal, Line Messenger and Tango. List of supported apps may vary from country.

[4] Samsung Account and Wi-Fi or mobile data required. Feature must be enabled with latest version of Samsung Notes. May not work on all content pasted or written content. The Auto format function has a limit on the number of characters.

[5] Samsung Account and Wi-Fi or mobile data required. Translation might not be accurate.

[6] Requires Samsung Account and internet connection. Only compatible with Samsung Internet app.

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