Although we are more than a month away from the Galaxy S24 announcement, almost all of its hardware specifications have already leaked. A few days ago, a One UI 6.1 software feature was also revealed for the first time, which keeps battery health under control. Now it’s time to reveal more One UI 6.1 features.
One UI 6.1 is expected to debut with the Galaxy S24 and could then be released on existing Galaxy smartphones and their wallpapers.
One UI 6.1 brings several generative AI features, including AI-generated wallpapers
Snitching Bennett Bruhner Pro he have Several One UI 6.1 features have leaked They posted their photos on X (formerly Twitter). Among these features is an AI-powered wallpaper generator, which can create wallpapers based on input. From the looks of it, you can enter the theme name and the background name, and the feature will create a wallpaper based on these two. The lock screen will also have the option to add photo and weather effects.
The built-in photo editor in One UI 6.1 will provide the ability to Move objects With a simple drag and drop gesture. You can select a subject or object from one photo and place it in another photo. It also allows you to expand the photos in your gallery. For example, you can straighten photos, and the photo editor will fill in details that are not there. The photo editor also allows you to redo and undo edits such as drawings and stickers.
One UI 6.1 features automatic formatting of Samsung Notes
Samsung Notes will also have a feature that can summarize long notes by converting long text into easy-to-read bullet points. It can also automatically format handwritten notes after converting them to text.
One UI 6.1 can too Live translation for voice calls From one language to another for each of the people participating in the call. Samsung actually announced this feature a few weeks ago as the first to be powered by Samsung Gauss, which is the company’s first major internal language foundation model.
One UI 6.1 also brings voice focus to Samsung phones. This feature is already present in some mid-range and entry-level smartphones, but it will reach high-end phones with the One UI 6.1 update. It will also bring a new Adaptive Protection feature that charges the phone’s battery to 80% and resumes charging up to 100% right before the user wakes up. Maximum Protection only charges the battery up to 80%.
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