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Galaxy S22, Fold4, Flip4 Expected to Receive One UI 6.1 on May 3rd

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Samsung has introduced Android 14-based One UI 6.1 update on the Galaxy S24 series which brings the Galaxy AI novelty, and then delivers it to 2023 high-end devices. Now the brand is all set to expand the range of updates by delivering it to more devices including Galaxy S22 series, fourth generation foldable, and Galaxy Tab S8 series. 

Samsung has rolled out the One UI 6.1 update yet for nine Galaxy devices, now the reports are unveiling that the giant is all set to release this update on May 3rd in Canada for the list of Galaxy devices mentioned below – 

  • Galaxy S22 
  • Galaxy S22+ 
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra 
  • Galaxy Z Fold 4 
  • Galaxy Z Flip 4

This is being speculated by a Canadian network carrier, Fido, which is stating that the latest update is scheduled to be available for these devices on 3rd May in Canada. This update will bring the April 2024 security patch plus it is also expected to introduce the One UI 6.1 features. 

Unfortunately, it should be noted that the Fido database does not provide further details and, therefore, at the moment there are no guarantees that the update to which the operator refers is own One UI 6.1, as it can also be an update with monthly security patches.

However, the Korean giant has not officially confirmed the exact date for the  Android 14-based One UI 6.1 release yet for these devices, but has already announced that soon it will happen in early May. Transparently, this update is much anticipated, since it will offer multiple generative AI features to these devices; for instance Circle to Search, Chat Assist, Interpreter, Live Translate, Note Assist, Transcript Assist, Browsing Assist, Browsing Assist, Generative Edit, and many more, and all of these are expected to arrive on Galaxy S22 series and rest of the devices mentioned above. 

Noticeably, one Galaxy AI feature named Instant Slow-Mo is not arriving with this update for these devices, since this feature requires a powerful GPU and NPU, so bringing this feature to each Galaxy device is not possible.


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Samsung Galaxy A24 receives One UI 6.1 update in multiple countries

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Samsung is working hard to expand the One UI 6.1 update to all the eligible units of the devices available in any corner of the world. Now running at the same pace, the company has started rolling out the update for the Galaxy A24 devices.

According to the information, the Galaxy A24 device has been spotted in multiple countries, including the UAE and Brazil. The Brazilian units of the Galaxy A24 receive the update with the firmware version number A245MUBU5CXEC.

Meanwhile, the UAE units will get the update with different firmware version numbers, A245FXXU5CXE1. The update is coming in at nearly 2.0 GB, which is significant as it will provide several new features and updates for the devices. It is worth noticing that the device has the May 2024 security patch to enhance its security.

One UI 6.1 brings improvements and new features 

The One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy A24 will bring several new changes under the different functions. According to the official changelog, the update has brought innovative options for many functions, including wallpaper, lock screen, home screen, calendar, reminder, and many more.

Along with this, the update also brought some new features to enhance the privacy and security of the devices. So if you also want to take advantage of all the new features and enhancements, then you should update the device to the latest update.

If you are using the Galaxy A24 device in the above-mentioned countries, including the UAE and Brazil, then you should start getting new notifications of the update. Alternatively, you can also check the update from the system settings manually.

For your information, the Galaxy A24 debuted on the market in 2023. The device came with Android 13 preinstalled; later, the device grabbed one more major update in the form of Android 14. As per the software update policy, the device is still eligible to get three more major and some security software updates in the next four years.

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Carrier-locked Galaxy A25 grabbing One UI 6.1 update in the US

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Samsung Galaxy A25 is one of the popular Galaxy devices that debuted in the market back in 2023. It belongs to the affordable category, and with its pricing, the device was successful in acquiring the segment. Now the device is getting critical updates in the form of One UI 6.1 that will provide many new features.

Samsung has rolled out the One UI 6.1 update for the carrier’s locked units of the Galaxy A25 devices in the US. More specifically, as of writing, the latest update for the Galaxy A25 has been spotted on the Comcast network. The update is coming with the firmware version number A256USQU3BXE5. It is worth noticing that the device is still using last month’s security patch as a May 2024 security update.

One UI 6.1 brings several new features

With the latest One UI 6.1 update, users are getting many new features, including many new features that enable users to get more utility options while using the different functionalities. According to the official changelog, the upcoming update for the device 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.

If you are using the locked variant of the Galaxy A25 device in the US, then you should now start receiving notifications about the update, but if you haven’t received the notification yet, you can also check it manually via system settings.

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Galaxy AI’s Handy Feature Keeps Samsung Ahead of Apple Intelligence

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Samsung registered its name as a brand that introduced generative AI tools on its devices for the first time in the tech industry, even before its biggest rival, Apple. 

Samsung still stands in its exclusive place since Apple, with iOS 18, is bringing AI features to its premium devices for the for the very first time, but the package lacks the most convenient feature named ‘Circle to Search.’ Samsung, in its AI package called Galaxy AI, adds one of the most convenient features, Circle to Search, that undoubtedly makes daily life more effortless. 

Circle to Search is a feature Samsung debuted within Galaxy AI on the Galaxy S24 series that lets you search any image or text from the screen by just circling whatever you want to search without even switching between the apps. Undoubtedly, this feature seems quite useful in daily life. 

Apple, at its WWDC 2024 event, introduced a bundle of AI features that are arriving with iOS 18. Despite being a leading brand, it has yet to match the advancement of Samsung. Since iOS 18 didn’t include one of the most useful features, Circle to Search, in its AI package, Circle to Search with Google is available on several Samsung and Pixel devices. Although bringing Circle to Search with Google is not rocket science, despite this, Apple’s next major update to iOS does not include this handy functionality. 

Undoubtedly, Circle to Search with Google is a handy feature since it reduces the effort to search for any random things on the screen with just a little circle or doodle. It lets you avoid taking screenshots and then search via the Google Lens process. With this prospect, Apple seems like a step down from Samsung. 

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