Samsung has released One UI 6.0 based on Android 14 for Galaxy devices, which has brought a package of new features. The company has tried its best to enhance the overall user experience for the devices, and it has also provided several features that make the existing applications more intuitive. Now moving forward, the company has already started preparing for OneUI 6.1, which will provide multiple new additions under the applications. Let’s know about it.
Samsung One UI 6.1 comes with a lot of new features
Samsung has revealed so many features of the One UI 6.1 with the Galaxy S24 series devices. There are several new AI features spotted, including Chat Assist, with which users will be able to set tones to how they want to reply to a message. call translation: users will be able to talk to each other in different languages, and it will be translated on the device. note assist: it will provide the proper summary of your notes; transcrip assist: this will provide on-demand summarization of long voice recordings into transcripts; Circle to search: with this feature, users can easily search for the object on the screen. To do that, you just need to tap and hold the home button or navigation bar, then draw the circle on the desired object.
Along with this, the company has also provided some new changes in the applications, like Quick Share, which is integrated with the nearby function; AOD also has wallpaper and widget support; and there are multiple changes spotted under the settings application. More Galaxy devices are expected to have access to it. But it can also happen that some devices could be limited to the Galaxy S24 series.
One UI 6.1 availability
Based on the past time line of One UI 5.1, Samsung has already been late in expanding the update. Last time, the company started rolling out the One UI 5.1 update in the first week after the release of the Galaxy S23 series, but this time there are almost three weeks. But there is no clue about the availability of OneUI 6.1.
According to reports, Samsung will take time to initially expand the February 2024 security patch before starting to provide the update to Galaxy devices. More specifically, the company will provide the update to some devices in the first phase, including Galaxy S23 devices, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Fold 5, and Galaxy Z Flip 5. Then it will gradually expand to other Galaxy devices.
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