It remains to be seen how similar the One UI 6.1 experience will be on the Galaxy S23 compared to the Galaxy S24, we may soon find out.
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As expected, Samsung’s flagship devices, the Galaxy S24 series, made their debut with an updated version of One UI. Although, so far, the One UI 6.1 update remains exclusive to the Galaxy S24 trio, it is expected to be soon implemented for older Samsung flagship models.
According to information shared by @BennettBuhner, the deadline for the Galaxy S23 series to receive the One UI 6.1 update is approaching. The source suggests that One UI 6.1 will arrive on the Galaxy S23 series next month.
More Galaxy Devices with AI Features
While it’s never guaranteed that all new software features in the latest version of One UI will be retroactively added to older Galaxy phones through firmware updates, this recent rumor suggests that Galaxy AI will be included in the One UI 6.1 update for the S23 series. This could mean the following improvements with One UI 6.1 for the Galaxy S23 series:
- Enhancements to user interface animations.
- Incorporation of many new Galaxy AI features.
- Introduction of new customization features for the lock screen.
- Various bug fixes and stability improvements.
Although it’s unclear whether the Galaxy S23 series will receive features like Always On Display in full-screen mode with the One UI 6.1 update, it could at least benefit from the latest redesigned lock screen widgets.
As for Galaxy AI, only time will tell if the entire suite of AI from the Galaxy S24 will be implemented on the Galaxy S23 with the upcoming One UI 6.1 update, or if only some selected AI-driven features will be included.
The Galaxy S24 offers a wide range of AI-driven tools, such as Circle to Search, Generative Edit, Generative Wallpaper, Interpreter, Live Translate Call, Chat Assist, Note Assist, Transcriptions, automatic formatting for Samsung Notes, Summarize, among others. Additionally, One UI 6.1 for the Galaxy S24 series also introduces changes to the user interface and adds new features to the Camera and Camera Assist apps.
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