In the lead-up to the highly anticipated release of the Samsung Galaxy S24, a plethora of features set to debut with the One UI 6.1 update have been leaked, offering users a glimpse into the innovative enhancements awaiting them. The leak, courtesy of tipster Benit Bruhner Pro on X (formerly Twitter), reveals a blend of AI-assisted options reminiscent of Google’s Pixel lineup.
Among the standout features is an AI-powered wallpaper generator that allows users to create personalized wallpapers based on specific inputs. Users can input a subject’s name and background details, and the feature will generate a unique wallpaper accordingly. The lock screen will also feature the addition of portrait and weather effects, adding a touch of personalization to the device.
In a move that mirrors Google’s Pixel 8 series, One UI 6.1 is set to introduce new AI-generated wallpapers, aligning Samsung with the latest trends in mobile technology.
The leak also highlights an intriguing photo editing feature powered by AI, enabling users to relocate objects within an image and expand photos beyond their borders.
The built-in photo editor offers a user-friendly experience, allowing for a simple drag-and-drop gesture to achieve these creative edits. The editor also introduces the ability to straighten pictures and fill in missing details seamlessly.
Samsung’s renowned Notes app is not left behind in the AI revolution, receiving a feature that auto-formats large blocks of text into easy-to-read bullet points, similar to Google’s new summarize feature in the Recorder app.
Among the most exciting additions is the live translate feature for calls, allowing real-time translations between different languages during phone calls. This feature, powered by Samsung Gauss, the company’s in-house large language foundational model, promises to break down language barriers during conversations.
Voice Focus, already present in mid-range and entry-level smartphones, is set to make its way to high-end phones with the One UI 6.1 update. The feature aims to eliminate background sounds, providing a clearer calling experience.
Additionally, a new Adaptive Protection feature is introduced, which charges the phone’s battery to 80% and then stops. The charging will resume only if the battery level drops below 80%, enhancing battery longevity.
The leaked features list also includes weather effects on the lock screen, an editor feature akin to Google’s Magic Editor, and enhanced battery protection features with customization options. The One UI 6.1 update is anticipated to debut alongside the Samsung Galaxy S24 series, with subsequent availability on other Samsung phones.
As anticipation builds for the official announcement of the Galaxy S24, Samsung users can look forward to a feature-rich experience with One UI 6.1, blending cutting-edge AI capabilities with intuitive user-friendly features.