One UI 6.1 Update Bringing Galaxy AI to Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy Z Fold 5, and More on March 28

One UI 6.1 Update Bringing Galaxy AI to Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy Z Fold 5, and More on March 28

Samsung announced the rollout timeline for the One UI 6.1 update, which is now confirmed to bring the Galaxy AI artificial intelligence (AI) features to more devices across the Galaxy ecosystem on Tuesday. The company confirmed that the AI features will be added to the Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Flip 5, Galaxy Z Fold 5, and the Galaxy Tab S9 series. The announcement comes after a report recently revealed that some Galaxy S23 series users in China were allegedly notified about the new update.

Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Fold 5, and Galaxy Z Flip 5 users will start receiving the One UI 6.1 update in the US on March 28. This is the first significant update to the One UI 6.0, which was based on Android 14 and released in October 2023, according to a newsroom post from Samsung. Also receiving the update starting this week is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 series. April is anticipated to be when the majority of users start to receive the update. It is anticipated to be available worldwide next month, even though the company made no mention of a worldwide rollout.

The company said in an announcement that “Galaxy AI puts our groundbreaking suite of AI tools in the palm of more users’ hands in different form factors — tailoring the mobile experience to their needs.”

The Galaxy AI feature expansion to additional devices was first announced earlier in March by the South Korean tech giant. After the update launches, users will be able to utilize features like Circle to Search, which allows them to highlight or select an object by drawing a circle, and then conduct a visual search on Google while still within the app. Live Translate is another feature that lets you translate phone calls in real time, both ways, with live captions and audio. The One UI 6.1 update will also bring Samsung Keyboard’s Chat Assist feature and its AI-powered photo editing tool, Generative Edit.

TM Roh, the president of Samsung’s mobile division, reportedly mentioned last week at the company’s shareholders’ meeting in Seoul that some of the Galaxy AI features might also be added to the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. According to reports, the series’ lack of the necessary hardware capabilities prevented it from being considered for the AI features.

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