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One UI 6.1 Features Leaked: Massive Update Focuses on Generative AI

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The Galaxy S24 is the next big thing that is revolving around the tech world, which is just a month away for release. The Galaxy S24 series will be the first to feature the One UI 6.1 Android update. The update will slowly reach out to other Galaxy mobiles. On top of Android 14, Samsung’s upcoming major Android upgrade, One UI 6.1, will offer new features, with a noticeable emphasis on artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities.

One UI 6.1 Features Leaked Ahead Of Officially Announcement

Samsung is reportedly utilizing Google’s generative AI wallpapers, which were first shown on the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, with the exception of Galaxy phones, according to recently leaked photos. A few days ago, it was reported that there would be new wallpaper services and additional battery protection with the One UI 6.1. As tipped by BenIt Bruhner Pro on the X platform, two prominent features are coming to the Galaxy smartphones through One UI 6.1.

  • Generic wallpaper: Samsung uses two cues for foreground and background items to provide a distinct personal touch, unlike their preset wallpapers, which are based on the device.
  • Lock screen transition with weather: The graphics on the lock screen and standby screen will have the ability to apply weather effects through a secondary feature.

Simply drag and drop:

You may drag and drop specific items within the image or into another image using the photo editing program with One UI 6.1. If you rotate or reposition your image, the generative image processing will fill in the spaces left by this manipulation and produce new features around the border.

Other features coming with OneUI 6.1:

  • Protection for battery, where the phone charges to 80% in the Adapt mode and then passes until it’s time for you to wake up; in the Basic mode, the charging stops at 100% and restarts at 95%. Meanwhile, in the Maximum Protection features, the battery will be charged only until 80%.
  • Voice call translation for limited languages that will be supported by Samsung Gauss
  • Big and tough essays in Samsung Notes can now be easily turned into bulletin paragraphs.
  • Also, once handwritten notes are converted to text, they may also be automatically formatted.

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One UI 6.1.1 to Enhance Performance in Bright Light Photography

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The Korean firm ‘Samsung’ is actively busy with the One UI 6.1.1 update, which is supposed to be introduced on the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6. This update is expected to upgrade the outdoor camera performance of the Galaxy S24. 

One UI 6.1.1 is reported to bring a new upgrade to the Galaxy S24’s camera to enhance the capturing experience. The Galaxy S24 users who are facing the overexposure issue with the with the Galaxy S24 Ultra should have patience since the brand will soon improve the issue. This is being speculated by a tipster named IceUniverse, who stated that the Korean giant will improve the overexposure issues of the Galaxy S24 Ultra. 

Usually, this issue occurs when brighter objects shoot in sunlight conditions. The upcoming update is reportedly expected to optimize camera performance in the Galaxy S24 series. This new improvement will surely enhance the camera experience for users. In the auto mode, the camera will automatically brighten objects used during sunlight. Noticeably, the implementation of the correction is not quite accurate, resulting in a brightened image. 

If you want the actual exposure, you will need to manually reduce the brightness. Apart from the camera upgrade, the One UI 6.1.1 update will also bring dozens of AI features. It has already been reported that a Samsung moderator claimed that the One UI 6.1.1 update will be equivalent to One UI 6.1, and this time the giant could offer the One UI 6.1.1 update to the Galaxy S24 series. 

The brand will introduce the One UI 6.1.1 update on the upcoming foldable devices at the next Galaxy Unpacked event on July 10 in Paris. It is expected that the giant may start rolling out new features and enhancements to select older models in August this year. 

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One UI 6.1.1 expected Galaxy AI features revealed

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Samsung is about to introduce Android 14-based One UI 6.1.1 on its next-generation foldable devices, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6. This update is expected to expand the Galaxy AI features. Here’s the expected list of AI features to arrive with the One UI 6.1.1 update.

One UI 6.1.1 Galaxy AI Fearures Expected

A tipster on shared a list of Galaxy AI features to arrive with the One UI 6.1.1 update. Let’s take a closer look at what new AI-powered features are on the way to join the Galaxy AI package. 

The first feature suggested by a tipster to arrive with the One UI 6.1.1 update is the AI-powered S Pen drawing and creation; it lets you do relatively simple drawings, and Galaxy AI will recreate your image with enhanced detail and creativity. The next feature is enhanced customization of portrait shots. This will use AI to style the subject and background of your portrait shots for extra vibrant and unique images. 

The brand could also offer multiple AI video features, for instance, the removal of the subject in a video, which lets you remove unwanted details such as people, plants, and more in select videos. Also, an option to enhance low-light performance is to upgrade the lighting in post with AI by removing sound and static, improving colors and contrast, and lightening the overall scenarios. Apart from all these features, there are many more on the list to arrive at the One UI 6.1.1 update. 

However, Samsung has yet to reveal the official list of Galaxy AI features arriving with One UI 6.1.1. For now, the report is diverting the user’s attention to these expected AI features to arrive with the upcoming update. 

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Samsung brings One UI 6.1 to Galaxy A25 in South Korea

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Earlier this week, Samsung introduced the One UI 6.1 update in the US. Now,  with the latest development, the company has started expanding the update to more countries, including South Korea. It is expected to be available to more units present in different regions in the next few days.

Notably, the One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy A25 5G is coming with the firmware version number A256NKSU2BXE5. With the latest update, you will get a lot of new features and improvements to the existing functionalities, which will elevate the overall experience of the devices. It is worth noticing that the device is coming with an older security patch, i.e., a May 2024 security patch.

According to the official changelog, the upcoming update for the Galaxy will improve the overall performance of the device with different additions in many menus such as Gallery, Wallpaper, Quick ShareSamsung Find, Samsung Account, Reminder, and much more. If you want to explore the full changelog, you can check out this article.

Along with this, the update also brings enhancements for the Samsung Cloud and Passkey, which will increase your data safety. There are also some important additions to the Samsung Health Management system that will improve the exercise experience, daily activity goal options, and cycle recording. Similar to these, several new features (Galaxy AI is not included) have arrived for the device. If you want to explore the full changelog, you can check out this article.


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