Samsung is set to kick off the rollout of One UI 6.1 starting March 28, extending its reach to the Galaxy S23 series, S23 FE, Z Fold5, Z Flip5, and the Tab S9 series. This update marks a significant milestone in Samsung’s ongoing efforts to integrate Galaxy AI features into its ecosystem, benefiting millions of users worldwide.

Earlier this year, Samsung introduced Galaxy AI, ushering in a new era of innovation for Galaxy smartphones. With the Galaxy S24 series leading the charge, users have already experienced the transformative potential of Galaxy AI. Now, with One UI 6.1, these cutting-edge features are expanding across a broader range of devices.

Among the standout features introduced with Galaxy AI are Circle to Search with Google, Live Translate, Chat Assist, and Generative Edit. Circle to Search with Google redefines the search experience by seamlessly integrating search functionality into users’ daily interactions.

Live Translate breaks down language barriers in real-time, facilitating fluid conversations with two-way voice translations and live captions during calls. Chat Assist enhances communication by offering translation aids, style enhancements, and grammar tweaks in 13 different languages. Generative Edit empowers users to unleash their creativity in photo editing, providing unparalleled control over visual narratives.

The software update will be available to devices sold through major carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and USCC, as well as retail partners including Amazon and Best Buy, ensuring widespread accessibility to these exciting new features.

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