Samsung is about to release the Galaxy S24 lineup soon. Although the smartphones should feature different chipsets based on the regions they are available in, they should all come with several AI-based features baked into Samsung’s One UI 6.0. Here’s everything you should know about the upcoming One UI version.
One UI 6.1 To Feature Text-To-Image Generator
Tipster Benit Bruhner seems to have leaked a bunch of One UI 6.1 features. For instance, compatible smartphones should be able to create wallpapers using generative AI-based text-to-image tools. Then, the lock screen has weather and portrait effects, which help change the theme.
Samsung also equips the upcoming user interface with its rendition of the Magic Composer that debuted on Pixel phones this year. With the feature, users should be able to remove disturbances, move objects within an image, and expand a photo beyond its borders.
Automatic Formatting In Notes, Voice Isolations For More, And More
Another feature will help users by automatically formatting their notes in the Samsung Notes app. Live translation of calls should also help reduce the language barrier, especially when users visit a foreign country. Another AI-based feature should help users isolate voices and audio in louder environments, similar to what Google showcased at the Pixel 8 launch event.
Apart from the AI-based features, Samsung has added enhanced battery protection features and refined the animations in Samsung’s One UI. Samsung’s One UI 6.1 and the Galaxy S24 series should be available, which is expected to launch in early 2024, before its usual timeline.