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Samsung Galaxy AI is poised to introduce real-time translation in Whatsapp

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Samsung Galaxy AI is poised to introduce real-time translation capabilities within WhatsApp, expanding its Live Translate feature beyond native applications. Initially launched with the Galaxy S24 series earlier this year, Live Translate enabled users to translate phone calls seamlessly using on-device AI technology.

Recently, reliable sources including IceUniverse hinted at Samsung’s plans to integrate this feature into popular third-party apps such as WhatsApp, Google Meet, and WeChat. This move is part of Samsung’s broader strategy to democratize its AI-driven translation services across a wider ecosystem of apps beyond its own.

The upcoming Unpacked event scheduled for July 10 at the Louvre Museum in Paris is expected to showcase significant product launches, including the Galaxy Z Flip6, Galaxy Z Fold6, Galaxy Watch7, Galaxy Watch Ultra, Galaxy Ring, and the Galaxy Buds3 series. Among these announcements, Samsung is also anticipated to unveil enhanced Galaxy AI features alongside the One UI 6.1.1 update, likely to debut on the latest foldable devices.

Samsung’s EVP and head of Mobile R&D, Won-Joon Choi, affirmed that the Live Translate feature for third-party messaging apps will operate entirely on-device, ensuring user privacy by avoiding external data transfers. This approach aligns with Samsung’s commitment to secure, efficient AI processing directly within its devices.

While specific details regarding supported apps like WhatsApp have yet to be officially confirmed, Samsung’s initiative marks a significant advancement in mobile AI, aiming to enhance communication experiences across diverse platforms and devices.

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