Samsung Galaxy AI Latest Update Now Supports Cantonese
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Work More Efficiently as Samsung Galaxy AI Now Supports Cantonese

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After its successful launch in January this year, Samsung continues to expand its innovative Samsung Galaxy AI by including more languages and dialects in its latest update. The tech giant has announced the inclusion of three new languages and three new dialects on top of its already existing 13 languages.

Samsung Galaxy AI Cantonese Language Pack Download
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Samsung users can now access the new languages and dialects through language pack downloads, which include Arabic, Indonesian, and Russian, and dialects including Australian English, Canadian French, and Cantonese, which Hong Kong users are looking forward to.

Changing the game of mobile AI, Samsung unlocks new possibilities with the new Galaxy AI, including real-time voice and text translation for call assist, interpreter, and chat assist, as well as context-aware suggestions.

It is also equipped to make AI-generated summaries with pre-formatted templates and cover pages, as well as transcribe, summarise, and translate voice recordings in the available language pack downloads.

Starting on April 26, Galaxy S24 Series, Galaxy S23 Series, Galaxy Z Fold5, Galaxy Z Flip5, and Galaxy Tab S9 Series users can access and download the new update to optimise and innovate their working and entertainment experiences.

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