It is now confirmed that on Tuesday, Samsung will reveal the release schedule for the One UI 6.1 upgrade, which will expand the availability of Galaxy AI features to additional devices within the Galaxy ecosystem. The business has officially announced that the Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Flip 5, Galaxy Z Fold 5, and Galaxy Tab S9 series will all get AI functions. The news comes a report that claimed some Chinese users of the Galaxy S23 series have received notification of the latest update.

Samsung announced in a media article that the One UI 6.1 update, the first significant update to the One UI 6.0, which was based on Android 14 and published in October 2023, will start to roll out in the US on March 28 for the Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Fold 5, and Galaxy Z Flip 5. Starting this week, the update will also be available for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 series. April is when most of users should start to receive the update. Although the firm made no mention of a worldwide rollout, all regions should have access to it by the end of next month.

The firm stated that “Galaxy AI puts our groundbreaking suite of AI tools in the palm of more users’ hands in different form factors – tailoring the mobile experience to their needs” when making the announcement.

Earlier in March, the South Korean tech giant initially said that Galaxy AI functions would be available on more smartphones. Users will now be able to use features like Circle to Search, which allows them to highlight or choose an object and conduct a visual search on Google while still within the app, after the update launches. Live Translate is an additional function that facilitates real-time, two-way speech and live caption translations during phone conversations. The One UI 6.1 upgrade will also bring Samsung’s AI-powered photo editing feature, Generative Edit, and Chat Assist in Samsung Keyboard.

According to a report published last week, during the company’s shareholders’ meeting in Seoul, TM Roh, the president of Samsung’s mobile division, mentioned that the Samsung Galaxy S22 series would get some of the Galaxy AI features. According to reports, the series was banned from receiving the AI features since it lacked the necessary hardware.

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