Galaxy Buds2 Pro, Buds 2, and Buds FE Earbuds Get Samsung Galaxy AI Features


Samsung Galaxy AI Launch

Samsung Galaxy AI features were one of the main highlights of the last Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event. With them, Samsung introduced a bunch of AI-enhanced features that aim to enhance the mobile AI experience. But it seems that Samsung won’t be keeping these features exclusive to its mobile devices.

The Korean brand has announced that some of the Galaxy AI features will be making their way to some of its TWS wireless earbuds. That includes Samsung Galaxy Buds2, Buds2 Pro, and Buds FE. And the good part is that the announced AI-enhanced features won’t need an internet connection to work.

More About the Samsung Galaxy AI Features Coming to the Galaxy Buds

As mentioned earlier, not all the Galaxy AI features are compatible with the mentioned Galaxy Buds. Instead, they’re two of the on-device features that don’t need any internet connection. That is, they work on the device. Wondering what these devices are and what they will do?

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Samsung Galaxy AI for Galaxy Buds

So, the two features that will be coming to the mentioned Galaxy Bud are Interpretation and Live Translation. These two are already available on the latest Galaxy S series devices. And when you pair Galaxy AI-compatible earbuds with the latest Galaxy phones, you can enjoy the two features without needing any internet connection.

As for what the two Samsung Galaxy AI features do, first, there’s the Live Translation feature. It will let you see real-time call translation on the phone while you talk with Galaxy Buds. The Interpretation offers a seamless two-way, face-to-face interpretation through the interface of Galaxy Buds.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds2

Samsung assured that both the features will work in real-time. This will make sure that users get a near-natural conversation while using the Galaxy AI features through the Galaxy Buds. These features are rolling out through an OTA update and should reach all compatible devices soon.

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