Samsung Galaxy S24 Series Is Now Available Worldwide

February 8, 2024
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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.  announced the global availability of the new Galaxy S24 series, which has received an impressive number of pre-orders thanks to its transformational Galaxy AI capabilities.[1] Following the announcement, the new Samsung Galaxy S24 series achieved a double-digit increase in Australian and global pre-order sales compared to its predecessor with above 65% of consumers opting for the most premium Galaxy S24 Ultra.


“The launch of the Galaxy S24 series demonstrates our initial step toward a new era of AI phones that go beyond the current smartphone,” said TM Roh, President and Head of Mobile eXperience Business at Samsung Electronics. “Designed to be an essential part of our daily lives, Galaxy AI will change the way people interact with the world. We can’t wait to see how our users enhance and empower their everyday lives with Galaxy AI to open up endless possibilities”.


Galaxy AI delivers innovative and practical AI features to help transform the way we communicate, create and discover the world. From barrier-free communication through features like Live Translate[2] and Chat Assist[3] to a new standard for search provided by Circle to Search with Google[4], AI can help improve nearly every experience that Galaxy S24 users can enjoy. The new ProVisual Engine, a suite of AI-powered camera tools, maximizes creative freedom, from image capturing with new zoom capabilities to editing with the help of generative AI.


Samsung goes even further to make the latest innovations more accessible so that more users can enjoy these enriched experiences. More language options will be available for AI features, in addition to the current 13 languages. Some Galaxy AI experiences may also extended to previous models through software updates, including the Galaxy S23 series, S23 FE, Z Fold5, Z Flip5, and Tab S9 series. Lastly, in Samsung’s commitment to a longer and reliable product lifecycle, Galaxy S24 series now offers seven generations of OS upgrades and seven years of security updates.


From February 7, the Galaxy S24 Ultra, Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 will be widely available through select carriers and retailers and on The Galaxy S24 Ultra comes in Titanium Grey, Titanium Black, Titanium Violet and Titanium Yellow. The Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 are available in Onyx Black, Marble Grey, Cobalt Violet and Amber Yellow. More unique exclusive colour options will be available at[5], including the Galaxy S24 Ultra in Titanium Blue, Titanium Orange and Titanium Green and the Galaxy S24+ and Galaxy S24 in Sapphire Blue, Sandstone Orange and Jade Green.



For more information about Galaxy S24 series, please visit: Samsung Newsroom Australia and

[1] Certain Galaxy AI Features requires internet connection, Samsung and Google Account. AI Features will be provided free of charge until the end of 2025 on supported Samsung Galaxy devices.

[2] Network connection and Samsung Account required. Currently limited to select languages only. See website [insert hyperlink] 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] Requires internet connection. Mobile data fees may apply. Circle to search feature must be enabled. May not work on all visual elements. Google SafeSearch filter applies.

[5] Availability of colours may vary by market and carriers.

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