Countdown to March: Samsung to Launch One UI 6.1 with AI on More Galaxy Devices!

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  • February 22, 2024

In a significant move to democratize mobile artificial intelligence (AI), Samsung announced the launch of One UI 6.1 with AI, bringing the coveted Galaxy AI features to a broader range of Galaxy devices.

This strategic update aligns with Samsung’s vision of accelerating the global expansion of mobile AI, enabling users of previous models, including the Galaxy S23 series, S23 FE, Z Fold5, Z Flip5, and Tab S9 series, to experience enhanced mobile AI capabilities starting from the end of March 2024.

TM Roh, President and Head of Mobile eXperience Business at Samsung Electronics, underscored the company’s commitment to pioneering a new era of mobile AI by making AI more accessible to users.

“We’re only getting started,” Roh writes. “While developing the Galaxy S24 series, we had many ideas and concepts that we wanted to bring to life. Galaxy users will be able to enjoy more Galaxy AI features that build on these ideas and concepts over time as Samsung continuously enhances and grows the mobile AI experience.”

Samsung’s initiative aims to empower over 100 million Galaxy users with Galaxy AI features within 2024, signaling a robust effort to harness the unlimited possibilities of mobile AI.

The announcement made on February 22, 2024, sets the stage for the update’s deployment at the end of March 2024, highlighting Samsung’s prompt action in expanding its AI offerings.

As the announcement spread online, individuals globally began voicing their opinions and reactions. For many, the anticipation for March feels like an eternity.

The One UI 6.1 update is engineered to enhance the user experience through a hybrid approach combining on-device and cloud-based AI.

Some were found sad because they won’t be getting this update in the S22 series!

It introduces AI features, including Chat Assist for message tone adjustment and translation in 13 languages, Live Translate for real-time voice and text translations during phone calls, and Generative Edit for photo editing. Additionally, productivity tools such as Circle to Search with Google, Note Assist for note summarization and translation, and Browsing Assist for quick news summaries are part of this update.

While we have also witnessed some negative comments related to this update.

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Some were found saying they don’t even want Bixby, whose integration was announced by Google on Feb 20, 2024.
This expansion is part of Samsung’s broader strategy to democratize AI, making advanced AI features accessible to more users and enriching their mobile experience.

By integrating these features into older models, Samsung not only extends the lifecycle of its devices but also reinforces its position as a leader in mobile technology innovation.

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